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Christensen and Mount do first Youth League-Champions League double

Chelsea's Andreas Christensen and Mason Mount are the first players to win the UEFA Youth League and UEFA Champions League.

Past UEFA Youth League finalists Tino Anjorin, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Tammy Abraham, Reece James, Mason Mount, Billy Gilmour and Andreas Christensen with the UEFA Champions League trophy
Past UEFA Youth League finalists Tino Anjorin, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Tammy Abraham, Reece James, Mason Mount, Billy Gilmour and Andreas Christensen with the UEFA Champions League trophy Chelsea FC via Getty Images

Mason Mount and Andreas Christensen became the first players to win both the UEFA Youth League and UEFA Champions League after Chelsea's senior team beat Manchester City 1-0 to follow their junior side's successes of 2015 and 2016.

Christensen came off the bench in Porto on Saturday, six years after starting as Chelsea beat Shakhtar Donetsk 3-2 to win the second UEFA Youth League title in Nyon. Two years ago Christensen became the first player to win both the UEFA Youth League and UEFA Europa League as Chelsea beat Arsenal 4-1 in Baku, giving him a unique clean sweep of UEFA's three current men's club football titles, until the UEFA Europa Conference League begins next season.

Mount started Saturday's UEFA Champions League final and set up the winning goal. In 2016 the then 17-year-old was brought on moments after Paris Saint-Germain's 58th-minute equaliser in the UEFA Youth League final, and almost immediately Chelsea took a 2-1 lead that retained the title.

2016 final highlights: Chelsea retain title
2016 final highlights: Chelsea retain title

Reece James, a 2018 runner-up against Barcelona, and Manchester City's Rúben Dias, who captained Benfica in the 2017 final against Salzburg, also made history along with Christensen and Mount as they became the first four players to have taken part in both UEFA Youth League and UEFA Champions finals.

James's 2018 team-mate Callum Hudson-Odoi was in Chelsea's matchday squad on Saturday, as were two 2019 runners-up against Porto – Billy Gilmour and Tino Anjorin. Tammy Abraham, a 2015 and 2016 winner with Chelsea, was also in their UEFA Champions League squad this season but was not in the matchday 23 in Porto.

Players have won UEFA Youth League and either UEFA Champions League/or UEFA Europa League

Andreas Christensen

UYL: 2015 for Chelsea, W3-2 vs Shakhtar Dontesk
UEL: 2019 for Chelsea, W4-1 vs Arsenal
UCL: 2021 for Chelsea, W1-0 vs Manchester City

Mason Mount

UYL: 2016 for Chelsea, W2-1 vs Paris Saint-Germain
UCL: 2021 for Chelsea, W1-0 vs Manchester City

2015 final highlights: Chelsea claim glory
2015 final highlights: Chelsea claim glory

Munir El-Haddadi

UYL: 2014 for Barcelona, W3-0 vs Benfica
UEL: 2020 for Sevilla, W3-2 vs Internazionale Milano

Other players who have feautred in final of both UEFA Youth League and either UEFA Champions League/UEFA Europa League

Rúben Dias

UYL: 2017 for Benfica, L1-2 vs Salzburg
UCL: 2021 for Manchester City, L0-1 vs Chelsea

Reece James

UYL: 2018 for Chelsea, L0-3 vs Barcelona
UCL: 2021 for Chelsea, W1-0 vs Manchester City