Ramires, now at Palmeiras, has defended his former captain and says the decision was not Terry's to make.
"All of us changed post-match," the Brazilian told FourFourTwo.
"The idea came from the club, because they wanted everyone ready for the team photo."
Ramires admits it was a rollercoaster of emotions to watch the match and not be able to affect change.
"I was really nervous! I kicked things," he continued. "I screamed, I cursed. When Bayern scored, it was past the 80th minute and some fans started to take the p***.
"But when Drogba scored, let's say we had revenge. It was a happiness explosion! Terry stood up on the seat to celebrate.
"When it came to Drogba for the last penalty I was very confident - he was our best taker. We were over the moon at full-time."