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TEAMtalk details how Didier Drogba shines on the biggest stages of all following his decision to leave Stamford Bridge this summer.

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Drogba: Last kick for Chelsea won the Champions League

Drogba: Last kick for Chelsea won the Champions League

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Drogba scored his ninth cup final goal for Chelsea in Saturday night's Champions League final triumph over Bayern Munich.

Here, we detail how the Ivory Coast striker shines on the biggest stages of all:

2005 CARLING CUP FINAL Liverpool 2 Chelsea 3 (aet)

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

2007 CARLING CUP FINAL Arsenal 1 Chelsea 2

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

2007 FA CUP FINAL Chelsea 1 Manchester United 0

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

2008 CARLING CUP FINAL Chelsea 1 Tottenham 2

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

2009 FA CUP FINAL Chelsea 2 Everton 1

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

2010 FA CUP FINAL Chelsea 1 Portsmouth 0

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

2012 FA CUP FINAL Chelsea 2 Liverpool 1

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

2012 CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL Bayern Munich 1 Chelsea 1 (Chelsea win 4-3 on penalties)

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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