Roman Abramovich has spent more than £350million on players since taking over the club but Deivid claimed that it will count for nothing.
He said: "In football, names and money don't win games. You have to go out there and play, 11 against 11. Money buys players, but doesn't build teams. We will play until the death and the better side on that specific night will be in the semi-finals."
Deivid said: "Before the game I spoke to Kezman and he told me their keeper would have problems if we shot and the ball curled away from his position.
"He told me he used to stay stepping over the goalline, so he had difficulties to react when the ball went too far from him.
"That is what I tried but I never imagined the ball would go where it went - though I think Cech wouldn't have been able to save it either!"