Lampard said: â€śI can understand Didierâ€™s (Drogba) reactions. Heâ€™s an emotional man. Thatâ€™s the sort of player you want to play with and I think people can relate to that.
â€śAll the fans in the stadium were frustrated at the end and I donâ€™t think people should make too much out of that.
â€śWe were trying to get to the final and when that gets taken away you get passionate about it.â€ť
Andres Iniestaâ€™s dramatic 93rd-minute leveller provided a sensational twist that floored Chelseaâ€™s stars.
Lamps added: â€śI donâ€™t know what people expect. When you have 11 grown men battling to get to the final and at least three penalty decisions donâ€™t go your way, you canâ€™t expect men to walk off quietly.
â€śThere was nothing violent, it was just angry because we had worked so very hard to get this far.
â€śI tried to ask the question of the referee. One decision, maybe you donâ€™t get it, two maybe. Three, four or five then itâ€™s just not possible that you donâ€™t get them.
â€śItâ€™s not for me to say if itâ€™s a conspiracy but you have to wonder why. The ref didnâ€™t say anything. He didnâ€™t explain, but then I donâ€™t think itâ€™s explainable. I think if he looks again he will realise itâ€™s clear to see.â€ť