Chelsea wins 2012 Champions League: In Pictures - Breaking News Allvoices

News Stories Related To: Chelsea wins 2012 Champions League: In Pictures

Munich : Germany | almost 2 years ago  
Chelsea wins 2012 Champions League in heartbreaking penalty shootout! You got to love the underdog in any sports matchup especially European football. Chelsea come into this final...
    • Clear
    • Share:
    • Share
    • Clear
    • Clear
    • Clear
    • Clear
     
  • Read full report
   Reach     Credibility Credibility of 5
Report Your News Got a similar story?
Add it to the network!

Or add related content to this report

Related news stories

  • Drogba to visit India

      Telegraph India | almost 2 years ago
    Chelsea striker Didier Drogba will be in the capital on June 17 to attend the final of a youth tournament organised by a top soft drink company. The Ivory Coast player, who recently guided Chelsea to the Champions league title in Munich, will be the...
  • Torres is Chelsea future - Drogba

      BBC | almost 2 years ago
    Fernando Torres is Chelsea's future, says Didier Drogba Didier Drogba says he believes Fernando Torres offers a bright future for Chelsea despite his difficult start to life at Stamford Bridge. But the departing Drogba believes Torres will prove...
  • Drogba reveals ridiculing Villas-Boas when he said Chelsea would win CL

      Daily News & Analysis | almost 2 years ago
    Chelsea striker Didier Drogba revealed how he ridiculed former boss Andre Villas-Boas last November when he suggested the club could win the Champions League. Drogba was benched at that time and a misfiring Fernando Torres was given playing time over...
  • Cahill wants new Drogba contract

      BBC | almost 2 years ago
    Gary Cahill was signed by Chelsea during the January transfer window Gary Cahill wants Didier Drogba to remain at Chelsea Defender Gary Cahill says every member of the Chelsea squad wants striker Didier Drogba to stay at the club. Cahill feels Drogba,...
  • Alan Hansen: Negative Chelsea Philosophy Reminiscent of Liverpool in '84

      International Business Times | almost 2 years ago
    Champions League trophy after winning the final match against Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena in Munich. Liverpool legend Alan Hansen believes history will forgive Chelsea's negative tactics in winning the Champions League but cautioned such...
  • Drogba's priceless touch makes a billionaire smile

      Independent | almost 2 years ago
    One kick from Didier Drogba transformed Chelsea 's present and future. They are champions of Europe, back in the competition as holders, throwing sticks of celery at the dementors who chased them across foreign fields for so long. "I wanted to make...
  • I wanted to take a penalty but they wouldn't let me, reveals Torres

      Independent | almost 2 years ago
    Fernando Torres has placed his Chelsea future in considerable doubt after admitting that he has endured the "worst moments" of his career this season and that he now wants to hold talks with the club's hierarchy. The club's 50m record signing has...
  • Torres: I need to know my role here and then judge if it's worth it

      The independent | almost 2 years ago
    Caption competition News in pictures On Facebook Sport blogs Uli Hoeness, it emerged this week, has spent 53,000 Euros on a box in the Allianz Arena for the worke... It traditionally takes the best part of a lifetime to reach the top...Blackpool's...
  • Chelsea triumph defies belief as Drogba makes up for past pain

      The independent | almost 2 years ago
    Thus did Bill Shankly greet the news that Glasgow Rangers had been knocked out of the Scottish Cup by Berwick. The teams are different, the prize is infinitely greater but the sense of astonishment is the same. "Football, bloody hell" doesn't quite...
  • Chelsea parade first European Cup through London

      Taiwan News | almost 2 years ago
    In front of tens of thousands of Chelsea fans, the new kings of Europe paraded the Champions League trophy through London's New King's Road on Sunday. The Blues are the capital's first European champions after beating Bayern Munich 4-3 in Saturday's...
  • Chelsea Striker Shocked by CL Snub, Says Play Me or I Leave

      International Business Times | almost 2 years ago
    Articles Torres signed from the Blues' domestic rivals Liverpool for a British record £50mn on deadline day during the January transfer window last year, amid hopes he could re-create his prolific form with the Reds and help Roman Abramovich's side...
  • Chelsea plans for future as European champion

      Associated Press | almost 2 years ago
    Chelsea can plot its future from an unexpected position of strength as champion of Europe following its dramatic upset of Bayern Munich. Since Saturday, owner Roman Abramovich has the Champions League trophy he had craved since buying the club in...
  • Champs Chelsea parade trophy

      News 24 | almost 2 years ago
    Tens of thousands of Chelsea fans gave their team a hero's welcome on Sunday as they made an open-top bus parade through their west London home after their Champions League win over Bayern Munich. Blue-clad fans lined the streets and roared their...
  • Penalty drama puts Chelsea in heaven

      Daily News & Analysis | almost 2 years ago
    Chelsea were crowned European champions for the first time in their history after an astonishing triumph on penalties in Munich last night on Saturday. Roman Abramovich's expensive, nine-year quest for the biggest prize in club football ended with a...
  • Global Soccer: Change Will Come, but for Now Chelsea Celebrates

      International Herald Tribune | almost 2 years ago
    Global Soccer Change Will Come, but for Now Chelsea Celebrates Published: May 20, 2012 In sports, as in life, there is not always logic for why certain people end up the ultimate winners. Roman Abramovich, orphaned as a child but now one of the world'...
  • German hero Schweinsteiger comes up short at the last

      Daily News & Analysis | almost 2 years ago
    Frank Lampard and Bastian Schweinsteiger swapped shirts at the World Cup two years ago.Lampard has always refused to consider he had "unfinished business" with Schweinsteiger following England's painful defeat to Germany in Bloemfontein but last...
  • Chelsea's desperate pursuit of holy grail laid bare

      Daily News & Analysis | almost 2 years ago
    Chelsea's quest to claim Europe's greatest prize has run into countless mighty obstacles. Beating Barcelona in the semi-finals felt like the ultimate conquest. Surely Uefa would just cancel the rest of the competition and motor to Stamford Bridge...
  • Germans finally lose on penalties, say British papers

      France24 | almost 2 years ago
    Champions League final match against Bayern Munich on May 19. The British press have hailed the heroics of Didier Drogba in helping Chelsea win the Champions League and took pleasure in noting that a German side had "at last" lost on penalties. The...
  • Di Matteo silent on his future with Chelsea

      The Jakarta Post | almost 2 years ago
    Di Matteo had a conversation with Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich after the team's penalty shootout win over Bayern Munich in the Champions League final Saturday, but he would not disclose what he discussed with the Russian billionaire. "What was...
  • Munich hero Didier Drogba makes amends for Moscow misery

      Indian Express | almost 2 years ago
    Four years after being red-carded in the 2008 Champions League final defeat, the 34-year-old produced a man-of-the-match performance against Bayern Munich and his final spot-kick on Saturday sealed Chelsea's 4-3 penalty shoot-out win. "Today is a...
  • Di Matteo coy over Chelsea future

      DAWN | almost 2 years ago
    Roberto Di Matteo refused to be drawn on his future at Chelsea after leading the Premier League giants to a historic first Champions League crown against Bayern Munich on Saturday. The 41-year-old's future at Stamford Bridge has been shrouded in...
  • Destiny was calling and would not be ignored

      Independent | almost 2 years ago
    Sunday May 20 2012 At half-time in Munich last night, after 45 minutes when Chelsea had only the curious but yet characteristic profligacy of Mario Gomez , 41 goals this season, to thank for still being level, it appeared inevitable that Roberto di...
  • Delight for Roman Abramovich as Blues Finally Deliver Holy Grail

      International Business Times | almost 2 years ago
    Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich's financial backing and huge investments finally paid off when the Blues lifted their first ever Champions League trophy, following a dramatic penalty shootout win, over German club Bayern Munich. The game was played at...
  • Champions League 2012: Cup was destined to come 'home'

      Daily News & Analysis | almost 2 years ago
    Our city, our stadium, our cup, that is, in case Chelsea had any doubt of the task ahead...It was well-choreographed and it was a point emphatically made by the thousands who packed out their stand more than an hour beforehand. Frank Lampard had...
  • 'Di Matteo deserves Chelsea job'

      BBC | almost 2 years ago
    International Roberto Di Matteo deserves Chelsea job, says Bayern coach Bayern Munich boss Jupp Heynckes believes Chelsea should make Roberto Di Matteo their permanent manager after the Italian led the Blues to their first Champions League trophy. Di...
  • Column: Chelsea, luckiest team in football

      Taiwan News | almost 2 years ago
    Lots of money, lots of luck, and players who didn't care about winning ugly, just so long as they won, turned Chelsea into the champions of Europe...The billionaire finally got his hands on the shiny trophy with big ears he so coveted.
  • Chelsea beats Bayern to win Champions League title

      Herald Net | almost 2 years ago
    When Didier Drogba completed Chelsea's quest for a Champions League title on Saturday, he did it in his unique way as a true diva of world football. Drogba scored the decisive penalty to defeat Bayern Munich in the shootout, after earning Chelsea an...
  • Bayern Munich 1, Chelsea 1; Chelsea Wins Shootout, 4-3: Champions League — ...

      The New York Times | almost 2 years ago
    Bayern Munich 1, Chelsea 1; Chelsea Wins Shootout, 4-3 Penalty Kicks Made and Missed Give Chelsea the Title Alex Livesey/Getty Images Didier Drogba scored past Manuel Neuer to give Chelsea its first Champions League title. Didier Drogba gave Chelsea...
  • Drogba's dink leads Chelsea into promised land

      The independent | almost 2 years ago
    It was not exactly 1999 all over again but like Manchester United on that occasion, Chelsea were last night partying at the expense of a stunned Bayern Munich, who again felt they had one hand if not their colours on the European Cup. This time a...
  • It is unthinkable that Di Matteo will not be offered the job now

      The independent | almost 2 years ago
    When Andre Villas-Boas was sacked between the perturbing first leg and glorious second of Chelsea's Champions League encounter with Napoli, it was intimated that Roberto di Matteo would have until the end of the season to prove his worth. He could...
  • Abramovich realises his great dream

      The independent | almost 2 years ago
    Chelsea are European champions for the first time after Didier Drogba's winning penalty capped an incredible night at the Allianz Arena. Just four years after losing out to Manchester United in a shoot-out in Moscow, Drogba kept his nerve to claim...
  • Di Matteo quiet on Chelsea future

      BBC | almost 2 years ago
    Di Matteo's final game as interim manager since taking over from Andre Villas-Boas ended with a dramatic 4-3 win on penalties against Bayern in their own Allianz Arena after the game ended 1-1. He was warmly embraced by owner Roman Abramovich as they...
  • Roberto Di Matteo finds way to give Roman Abramovich richest payback

      The Guardian | almost 2 years ago
    Chelsea's owner Roman Abramovich hugs John Terry at the end of the Champions League final. Photograph: Martin Meissner/AP Roman Abramovich can buy all the Francis Bacons and Lucian Freuds he wants, but he will never spend £24m better than he spent it...
  • Five things that helped Chelsea to the Champions League trophy

      The Guardian | almost 2 years ago
    Lionel Messi at the Camp Nou and then Arjen Robben at the Allianz Arena; two spot-kicks that should have sunk Chelsea but instead failed to hit the net and kept their dreams of European glory alive...Napoli , Barcelona and Bayern Munich created...
  • Chelsea's Champions League final win in numbers

      BBC | almost 2 years ago
    International Chelsea's Champions League final victory in numbers Several experts thought Chelsea's first European Cup victory was fated, such was the nature of their route to the Champions League final and their penalty shoot-out win over Bayern...
  • BBC pundits on Chelsea's Champions League triumph

      BBC | almost 2 years ago
    Arjen Robben missing a penalty in the final and Lionel Messi missing a couple of weeks to send them through. "But Drogba has been the best centre forward of his type, certainly in the Premier League, for the past eight years. "It could be his last...
  • Chelsea Crowned Champions Of Europe, Defeat Bayern Munich on Penalties

      Epoch Times | almost 2 years ago
    May 19, 2012 Chelsea players celebrate after being crowned champions of European club football. (John MacDougall/AFP/Getty Images) Chelsea are champions of European football after beating Bayern Munich in a penalty shootout 43 to win their first...
  • Drogba wins the CL title for Chelsea

      Taiwan News | almost 2 years ago
    From hero to villain, to man of the match. Didier Drogba went through the full range of emotions on a night when he delivered the first Champions League title to Chelsea, in perhaps his last match for the London club.
  • Chelsea beat Bayern Munich in penalty shootout

      Turks and Caicos Free Press | almost 2 years ago
    Didier Drogba tied the match with a header in the 88th minute, and then scored the decisive goal in the shootout as Chelsea beat Bayern Munich to win the Champions League final, 4-3 on penalty kicks after a 1-1 draw Saturday. The unlikely storyline...
  • Bayern pay the penalty as Chelsea win Champions League

      The independent | almost 2 years ago
    Didier Drogba was the Chelsea hero as Roman Abramovich finally completed his Champions League odyssey in Munich tonight. Trailing to Thomas Muller's late header, Drogba first saved the Blues by heading them level in the 88th minute. Then, after Arjen...
  • Chelsea fulfill Abramovich's Champions League dream

      Russia Today | almost 2 years ago
    Real Madrid couldn't show their best football at Bayern Munich in the Champions League semi-finals as the boots of Cristiano Ronaldo and several other players were stolen ahead of the game. Bayern Munich's dreams of making it to the Champions League...
  • Chelsea and Didier Drogba win UEFA Cup over Bayern Munich in a shoot-out

      The Dish Rag | almost 2 years ago
    Champions League title in its 107-year history in dramatic fashion over Bayern Munich on Bayern's home turf. The game was tied 0-0 at the halftime mark and remained that way for much of the second half, until Bayern's Thomas Muller scored the first...
  • Chelsea's old guard go from has-beens to European champions

      Sydney Morning Herald | almost 2 years ago
    Didier Drogba celebrates as he equalises for Chelsea with two minutes of normal time to go. Photo: AFP Didier Drogba was the hero in a nail-biting penalty shoot-out at the Allianz Arena. Drogba stepped up to rifle home the winning penalty for Chelsea...
  • Africa: Drogba Penalty Wins Champions League Cup for Chelsea

      All Africa | almost 2 years ago
    Champions League final against the heavily favoured Bayern Munich on Saturday night. Bayern Munich started the final like a house on fire, buoyed by support from a home crowd putting constant pressure on Chelsea. But the Blues' defence showed the...
  • VIDEO Chelsea 1-1 Bayern Munich (4-3 Pens): Highlights Of The Champions ...

      International Business Times | almost 2 years ago
    Articles With full-back Ryan Bertrand in the side in an advanced role down the left, interim boss Roberto Di Matteo clearly set out how he was approaching the game from the off. And so it proved as Bayern dominated the opening 45 minutes, with...
  • Chelsea wins Champion's Lague final

      Charlotte Observer Online | almost 2 years ago
    Didier Drogba scored the decisive penalty in the shootout as Chelsea beat Bayern Munich to win the Champions League final after a dramatic 1-1 draw on Saturday. Drogba sent goalkeeper Manuel Neuer the wrong way in front of massed Bayern fans in their...
  • Bayern, Chelsea head to extra time in Champions League Final

      DAWN | almost 2 years ago
    Champions League final football match between FC Bayern Muenchen and Chelsea FC on May 19, 2012 at the Fussball Arena stadium in Munich. Didier Drogba's dramatic 88th-minute header leveled the Champions League final at 1-1, as Chelsea and Bayern...
  • Champions League final in extra-time

      France24 | almost 2 years ago
    Champions League final football match against Chelsea at the Fussball Arena stadium in Munich. The Champions League final went into extra-time on Saturday as Bayern Munich and Chelsea were locked at 1-1. The Champions League final went into extra-...
  • Bayern, Chelsea scoreless in Champs League final

      Taiwan News | almost 2 years ago
    Bayern Munich dominated the first half of its home Champions League final but was held scoreless by Chelsea at Allianz Arena on Saturday. Bayern winger Arjen Robben's shot struck a post in the 21 minute, after he wriggled through the Chelsea defense...
  • Chelsea FC v. Bayern Munich: Champions League Final preview

      Star Phoenix | almost 2 years ago
    An annual event that is beginning to outshine the World Cup as the pinnacle of competition in association football. Champions League Final, and tomorrow it pits unexpected rivals Chelsea FC and Bayern Munich against each other to determine for good...


Use of this site is governed by our Terms of Use Agreement and Privacy Policy.

© Allvoices, Inc. 2008-2014. All rights reserved. Powered by PulsePoint.