Bayern Munich 1 – 1 Chelsea


Draws, we got them. Once Thomas Müller opened the scoring late on, you thought it was curtains for the boys in blue. But then Didier Drogba. After that bullet header two minutes from the end, you could feel the tide turning. I know ticket allocation and all that, but let’s not forget that Bayern Munich were technically at home for this. Not having to actually move anywhere should be advantage enough, I would say. Drogba’s last kick for Chelsea winning their first ever European Cup is some serious Roy of the Rovers nonsense also. Yeah, I know he came back, shut up.