Chelsea's Drogba still angry over Moscow red

Chelsea striker Didier Drogba maintains he was wrongly sent-off against Manchester United in last season's Champions League final. "I have not changed my idea about the red card," Drogba told the People. "The United players were provoking me and I was the one who got sent off. "I reacted the way I did because the decision was a massive injustice. I was psyched up to take my penalty when my turn came and in an instant I was off the pitch. I want to forget it. "At least we have started well, but there is a long way to go and the tough games are still to come."

Chelsea striker Didier Drogba maintains he was wrongly sent-off against Manchester United in last season's Champions League final.

"I have not changed my idea about the red card," Drogba told the People.

"The United players were provoking me and I was the one who got sent off.

"I reacted the way I did because the decision was a massive injustice. I was psyched up to take my penalty when my turn came and in an instant I was off the pitch. I want to forget it.

"At least we have started well, but there is a long way to go and the tough games are still to come."

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