Watch Drogba’s All Nine Cup Final Goals

Yesterday, Chelsea and Didier Drogba both confirmed that the Ivorian will be leaving Stamford Bridge in the summer after his contract expires in June. So, we here decided to take a few minutes and relive the nine cup final goals that helped him define his time at the Bridge and made him a true Chelsea legend.

Liverpool 2-3(aet) Chelsea – Carling Cup Final 2005

Drogba put Chelsea ahead in extra-time as the Blues won their first trophy under Jose Mourinho.

Arsenal 1-2 Chelsea – Carling Cup Final 2007

Drogba scored both goals, including the winner six minutes from time, as Chelsea came from behind to beat Arsenal.

Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United – FA Cup Final 2007

Drogba scored the winner with just four minutes of extra-time remaining after playing a one-two with Frank Lampard.

Chelsea 1-2 Tottenham Hotspur – Carling Cup Final 2008

Drogba became the first player to score in three League Cup finals when he put Chelsea ahead with a free-kick.

Chelsea 2-1 Everton – FA Cup Final 2009

Drogba’s equaliser set Chelsea on the road to victory after Louis Saha had put Everton ahead with the quickest FA Cup final goal.

Chelsea 1-0 Portsmouth – FA Cup Final 2010

Drogba’s 59th-minute free-kick clinched Chelsea their first league and cup double.

Chelsea 2-1 Liverpool – FA Cup Final 2012

Drogba became the first player to score in four FA Cup finals as Chelsea lifted the trophy for a fourth time in six years.

Chelsea 1-1 (4-3 on pens) Bayern Munich – UEFA Champions League Final 2012

Drogba’s 88th-minute header took the final into extra-time and, fittingly, it was the Ivorian who struck the winning penalty in the shoot-out.

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