‘Muted words: 2012 and Drogba’: Bayern Munich react to Champions League draw as German giants look to avoid being reminded about 2012 final defeat at home against Chelsea
- Bayern Munich were drawn against Chelsea in the Champions League last-16
- The German club’s English Twitter account reacted by muting some key words
- ‘2012’ and ‘Drogba’ were muted as they look to forget the 2012 final defeat
Bayern Munich reacted to their last-16 draw with Chelsea in the Champions League by looking to forget the pair’s famous meeting back in 2012.
The two sides met at Bayern’s Allianz Arena in the Champions League final, only for Chelsea to rip up the script and lift the title after an inspired performance from Didier Drogba.
With Chelsea fans quick to remind the club’s social media team about their famous collapse at their own ground, the club’s English account hilariously decided to mute some key words on Twitter.
Bayern Munich hilariously muted some key words following the Champions League draw
Didier Drogba provd the hero for Chelsea as he secured the win in the 2012 final in Munich
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.
More to follow.
Drogba took responsibility to score the winning penalty in front of the Bayern Munich fans
It was a painful night for the German giants and the club look to avoid reminders of the final