With Bayern Munich leading 1-0, Chelsea legend Didier Drogba powered a header past Manuel Neuer in the 88th minute to cancel out Thomas Muller’s opener.
Drogba also scored the winning penalty during the shootout to give Chelsea the trophy.
Drogba has admitted he didn’t expect to score his goal against Bayern Munich.
“To have the chance to score that goal in that final, in the 88th minute, was unbelievable,” Drogba told the Premier League Show.
“I think it was one of the goals you don’t expect.
“Thank God Juan Mata was there to make me believe it. Two more minutes…and the rest is history.”
Drogba also revealed his winning mentality as a child helped him as a player.
“As a kid when I was playing on the streets or on a football field, I would say last free-kick, last header, everything but when I score we win,” Drogba added.
“When I got the chance to play in finals, that was the spirit I had.”