After Champions League triumph, Jorginho and Tuchel have won UEFA awards.
Fabulous Jorginho who started in both Chelsea’s Champions League final win in May and Italy’s Euro 2020 final success in July, has been named UEFA’s men’s footballer of the year after becoming only the 10th player in history to win the Champions League and European Championships in the same season.
The decisive midfielder was instrumental, aiding Chelsea lift their second Champions League in May, before aiding Italy win the Euros for the second time just two months later.
Chelsea still in their Victory ways kissed success in the men’s coach of the year category, with Thomas Tuchel being delivered the award after leading the team to victory over Manchester City in the Champions League final in Porto.
Jorginho’s rivals were Man City’s Kevin De Bruyne and Chelsea team-mate N’Golo Kante, although the France international did receive the consolation prize of the men’s Champions League midfielder of the year.
Tuchel’s rivals were Pep Guardiola and Italy boss Roberto Mancini.
Meanwhile, Chelsea’s Edouard Mendy also picked up silverware, winning UEFA’s men’s Champions League goalkeeper of the year prize.