Bayern Munich 1-1 Chelsea
Chelsea have become European champions for the first time after a dramatic 4-3 penalty shootout win over Bayern Munich.
Didier Drogba was the Blues' hero, heading home an equaliser in the final minute of normal time, before ramming home the winning spot-kick after Bastian Schweinsteiger missed for the Germans. Bayern dominated from the off, but it took them 20 minutes to fashion a clear chance as Petr Cech blocked Arjen Robben's shot with his foot, deflecting the ball onto the crossbar and away to safety. Mario Gomez passed up two openings as half-time approached. First he mis-controlled when Ribery's mis-hit shot fell to him ten yards out and then the Germany striker lashed a shot high over the top after he found space 15 yards from goal. Bayern continued to hold the upper hand in the second half, with Ribery having an effort ruled out for offside, while Robben was always a danger. Seven minutes from time the Germans looked to have won it as Thomas Muller headed home from a Toni Kroos cross, but Drogba had other ideas. He arrived right on cue to head home a Juan Mata corner and force extra-time. In the additional 30 minutes Bayern had another golden chance to clinch glory, after Drogba had fouled Ribery, but Cech denied Robben from the spot and set up a dramatic shootout. When Mata missed Chelsea's first spot-kick it looked to be advantage Bayern, but first Ivica Olic and then Schweinsteiger failed from the spot to let Drogba become the hero for the Blues.