Oxlade-Chamberlain and more: Twitter reacts to Chelsea triumph

Arsenal's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain says Chelsea's Champions League win has inspired him to help club and country to glory

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain admitted Chelsea’s dramatic victory over Bayern Munich in the Champions League final on penalties will prove a source of inspiration for the Arsenal midfielder to win titles with club and country.

Here, we take a look at some more reaction from Twitter following Chelsea’s crowning as kings of Europe.

Arsenal and England midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain: “What I’ve witnessed tonight has inspired me to try and help both club and country achieve great things.”

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere: “Every English man should be proud of Chelsea! Even Arsenal and Spurs fans! What a season it was!”

Gunners defender Bacary Sagna: “Looking at them just wanna make me celebrate something with my team as well.”

Sunderland centre-half Titus Bramble: “I don’t care what anyone says about Drogba, for years he’s made Chelsea what they are.”

Manchester City defender Joleon Lescott: “Congrats Chelsea. Uefa need to change the rule book if our sixth place team wins the Champions League. Must mean the Premier League should have more places.”

Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright: “Drogba is amazing!! Redeemed himself for the sending off against United. Brilliant.”

Ex-Liverpool and Manchester United striker Michael Owen: “Their name was written on it long before today! Congratulations Chelsea.”

Former England and Everton goalkeeper Nigel Martyn: “Cech’s second penalty save from Schweinsteiger was class but barely got a mention #keepersunion”

Queens Park Rangers captain Joseph Barton: “Horrible way to lose on penalties but great for the neutral. Feel nothing for the Germans as they have won more than enough shoot-outs.”

Barton added: “Will all the subs and fringe players please leave the trophy alone! Let the chaps lift it. Happy for Lampard and co.”

Champions League winner Luis Garcia: “Great game, exciting until the end. Congratulations to Chelsea and the Spanish players are there.”

Former Coventry City striker Darren Huckerby: “Love him or hate him Drogba has been immense for Chelsea over the years #ManMountain”

Former Crystal Palace striker John Salako: “WOW Chelsea champions of Europe! Incredible stuff! Congratulations! They kept believing. Well Done.”

Ex-Chelsea defender Khalid Boulahrouz: “What a match! Congrats to @chelseafc on winning the #championsleague 2012. And also fans of the Blues. Enjoy!”

Other sport stars have their say:

England bowler Stuart Broad: “I’ve never seen a captain struggle to get to the front of his players to lift a trophy like that before!!”

Former England cricket captain and Chelsea supporter Alec Stewart: “Thank you for all your great tweets. Unbelievable game and result. Champions of Europe. The blue flag is flying high! #Championsofeurope”

Rugby World Cup winner Matt Dawson: “2012 is going to be an epic British sporting year. And it won’t be last time we nick it from the Germans! #onyourbike”

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