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Drogba, Lampard, Cole, and more reaction from Munich

Chelsea's British midfielder and captain

Chelsea’s British midfielder and captain Frank Lampard runs with the trophy after winning the UEFA Champions League final football match between FC Bayern Muenchen and Chelsea FC on May 19, 2012 at the Fussball Arena stadium in Munich. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN (Photo credit should read ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/GettyImages)

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“I can’t describe the feeling. It’s the first time in my life I didn’t know what to do.” - Petr Cech, via @UEFAcom

“I have been here eight years, and as a Chelsea player you are taught never to give up until the end.” - Didier Drogba, via @UEFAcom

“I’m lost for words. I think we should have lost but we rode our luck. We deserved it today.” - Ashley Cole, via @UEFAcom

“That’s football. We have seen it before in the past - that it is not necessarily the better side that has the cup in its hands after a match.” - Thomas Müller, via UEFA.com

“We dug in tonight, it wasn’t beautiful. But we’ve just won the Champions League. It’s amazing.” - Frank Lampard, via @UEFAcom

“I can’t really put it into words. I came here to win trophies but to win two is unbelievable.” - Gary Cahill, via @UEFAcom

“Now no one can say nothing to me, this is the reason I come here.” - Cole, to Sky Sports

“Everyone could see that we deserved the win considering the way the match went. Consequently, the mood in the dressing room is very downbeat.” - Bayern Munich general manager Christian Nerlinger, via UEFA.com

“They do now ...” - Cole, on Germany’s reputation for not losing penalty kick shootouts.