Chelsea claimed their place in the Champions League final as they beat Real Madrid 2-0 at Stamford Bridge.
The hosts followed up a draw in the Spanish capital last week with a victory on home turf to secure a 3-1 aggregate success.
They will now face Premier League rivals Manchester City in Istanbul as they look to lift the European Cup for the second time.
So, who helped get them there?
That they didn't owes much to Mendy, who made a couple of vital saves on the rare occasions he was called upon.
One of his five stops across the 90 minutes, which saw a Karim Benzema strike tipped round the post, stands out in particular.
The Belgian was something of a surprise pick given he had only recently returned from injury, but didn't reward his manager with his performance.
Just two dribbles completed and zero chances created is a fair summary of his evening.
But Havertz will know he must do better if he is to end his first season at Chelsea as a European champion.
The 21-year-old was slightly fortunate to see a shot off the bar fall to Timo Werner for the opener and he hit the woodwork again before missing a simple one-on-one in the second half.
A failure to take those opportunities could have proven costly on another night.
Hardly renowned for his work off the ball, Jorginho managed five interceptions and eight recoveries here.
And he was typically smart in possession as an aging Real Madrid were made to look exactly that, failing to cope with quick balls into the space in behind them.
He might always be known as Maurizio Sarri's man, but Jorginho is emerging as a star of Thomas Tuchel's team.