See how Bayern Munich have reacted to Chelsea draw

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Chelsea and Bayern Munich have been drawn to face each other in the second round of the Champions League.

The German giants haven’t forgotten their last Champions League encounter with Chelsea as the Blues defeated them in the 2012 final at the Allianz Arena.

The German club won’t want a reminder about their famous collapse at their own ground in 2012, and have hilariously decided to mute some key words on Twitter. 

A photo on the club’s page showed their settings set to muting ‘2012’ and ‘Drogba’ in the hope that they would avoid any reminders about that night in Munich seven years ago.

Chelsea legend Didier Drogba broke the hearts of Bayern fans in 2012, and the Germans don’t need any reminder about the Ivorian or 2012.

Bayern will travel to Stamford Bridge first, taking on Frank Lampard’s side in the first leg on Tuesday, February 25.

The return leg will take place at the Allianz Arena for the second leg on Wednesday, March 18. 

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