- Drogba praises Cech despite Europa final flop.
- Cech tears on Europa night broke Drogba’s heart.
Drogba admitted it ‘broke his heart’ to have watch Cech’s Arsenal’s career end in tears as his side was man handled in the Europa final to an embarrassing 4-1 thrashing.
The Czech international took to his instagram page to announce his retirement earlier this season, he has since then been rumored to a return to Stamford bridge on a white collar role.
There was no milk and honey end to his career as his team was trampled upon in the Europa final at Baku, Cech burst into tears as he walked off the pitch.
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He wrote on Twitter:
‘Most successful goalkeeper in the Premier League. ‘And pretty sure it will take long, so long before someone else beat his clean sheet record It breaks my heart to see you in tears, I know how much you wanted to win this one to finish your career on a high.
Merci My Hero, love you.’ Despite the bitter end to a glittering career, Cech insisted he was proud of everything he has achieved in the game and had no regrets.
‘I’m proud of myself and I’m proud of the way I played today because when you play your last career game in the final there is a lot of pressure and speculation,’
he told BT Sport after the game.
‘I had to perform and I have to say I have done everything I can, and I can look back with no regrets apart from the fact we worked so hard all year to finish with nothing.
‘This group of players do not deserve it because of how much work has been done this season. ‘It is easy to say we finish empty-handed but I can assure everyone that the work we have done will mean this team comes back much stronger next year.’
Check our recent report about Cech committed to Arsenal despite recent links to Chelsea. on savechelsea.net.