Drogba, Lampard, Cole, and more reaction from Munich

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“I can’t describe the feeling. It’s the first time in my life I didn’t know what to do.” – Petr Cech, via @UEFAcom

“I have been here eight years, and as a Chelsea player you are taught never to give up until the end.” – Didier Drogba, via @UEFAcom

“I’m lost for words. I think we should have lost but we rode our luck. We deserved it today.” – Ashley Cole, via @UEFAcom

“That’s football. We have seen it before in the past – that it is not necessarily the better side that has the cup in its hands after a match.” – Thomas Müller, via UEFA.com

“We dug in tonight, it wasn’t beautiful. But we’ve just won the Champions League. It’s amazing.” – Frank Lampard, via @UEFAcom

“I can’t really put it into words. I came here to win trophies but to win two is unbelievable.” – Gary Cahill, via @UEFAcom

“Now no one can say nothing to me, this is the reason I come here.” – Cole, to Sky Sports

“Everyone could see that we deserved the win considering the way the match went. Consequently, the mood in the dressing room is very downbeat.” – Bayern Munich general manager Christian Nerlinger, via UEFA.com

“They do now …” – Cole, on Germany’s reputation for not losing penalty kick shootouts.