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No matter how out of form Chelsea might be in recent games, Bayern Munich still don’t feel confident heading to the round of 16 tie against Chelsea in the Champions League.
Chelsea were even in poor shape when Roberto Di Matteo led the Blues to a famous victory over the Bavarians at the Allianz Arena back in 2012.
The German giants have reacted negatively to drawing Chelsea in the Champions League round of 16, as the German champions don’t seem to have forgotten their last Champions League encounter with Chelsea as the Blues defeated them in the 2012 final at the Allianz Arena.
Didier Drogba was the major culprit as the Blues got a stunning victory at the Allianz Arena.
The German club don’t want a reminder about their famous collapse at their own ground in 2012, and have 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.
Bayern Munich don’t want any reminders of 2012 and Didier Drogba.