Chelsea have beaten Real Madrid in the semi-finals of the 2020/2021 Champions League with an aggregate of 3-1.
The Blues have therefore set up an all-English final with Manchester City.
Although Tuchel’s side played a 1-1 draw in the first legs at Real’s home, Timo Werner and Mason Mount goals in the second leg, however, sent the Blues to the final.
The Blues have also set up the third all-English Champions League final after Man Utd-Chelsea in 2008 and Liverpool-Tottenham in 2019 as Manchester City look to complete a treble.
Tuchel after replacing sacked Lampard in January has overseen a remarkable revival in Chelsea’s fortunes and this was his finest moment yet.
Chelsea will be playing their third Champions League final, in Istanbul on Saturday, May 29.
Chelsea lost to Man Utd at their first Champions League final in 2008 and defeated Bayern in a penalty shootout in 2012.