Terry reveals Champions League plan
John Terry says he will lift the Champions League trophy with Frank Lampard if Chelsea are successful in beating Bayern Munich.
The pair shared the honour on Saturday as the Blues won the FA Cup at Wembley and despite the defender's suspension for the European final, the England stopper has revealed that they will do it again against the Germans. Terry and Lampard each held one handle of the cup as it was hoisted aloft after the Blues' 2-1 victory over Liverpool, their fourth triumph in the last six finals. The win also saw Terry become the first man to captain the same club to FA Cup glory four times. But if Chelsea beat Bayern Munich in the Champions League final on May 19, the honour of being the first player to skipper them to the ultimate prize will go to Lampard, with Terry suspended for the Allianz Arena showpiece. UEFA have confirmed Terry would be allowed to lift the European Cup and asked if Saturday's routine would be repeated a fortnight later, Terry said: "Let's hope so. "We did it when we did the double (in 2010). I said to Frank: 'Moments like that go down in history', and it's important myself and Frank were there when we did the double."