What’s your best Chelsea game? This question could be the trickiest to answer as a Blues fan. From the night in Munich, to the 2-2 comeback against Barcelona that ensured Chelsea’s win against Barcelona prior to the finals, the second leg comeback against Napoli, the 3-1 win against Liverpool in 2008/09 Champions League quarterfinals– the Blues have had so many amazing games, and Gary Cahill reminisced so many of those glory days in his fifth anniversary as a Chelsea player.
Cahill was asked by the official Chelsea website: Which is the most exciting game you’ve played in during the past five years?
He responded: “I’d have to say the obvious one, the Champions League final. I was so looking forward to every game in the competition that I almost just rolled with it, and before I knew it we were in the later stages, which was amazing for someone who had just started playing Champions League football.
To play against Barcelona in the semi-final was crazy. The biggest game I’ve played was the Champions League final, and I’m sure everybody who was involved that night would say the same. To win the tournament for the first time in our history, especially after only signing a few months previously, was magical and I reflect on that night a lot, it’s such a great memory.”