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Some Spain NT players on what they would give Sara Carbonero as a gift.
  • Pepe Reina: Something for when she has children with Iker.
  • Sergio Ramos: A buquet of flowers on behalf of Iker.
  • César Azpilicueta: I would ask Iker.
  • Nacho Monreal: Nothing, I don't want Iker to get angry.
  • Juan Mata: The jersey of the captain of the Spanish national team.
  • Gerard Pique: I would ask Iker to give me advice on what she would like.
  • Cesc Fabregas: I would ask Iker.
  • Xavi Hernandez: I small gift, but with a lot of affection.
  • Roberto Soldado: What would I ask of her? That she takes care of her boyfriend.
  • Fernando Torres: I would give to Sara, and many others, earplugs so that they don’t have to listen to the many idiots around them.
  • Raúl Albiol: To Sara and Iker or just Sara? I don’t know, I’ll ask Iker for advice.
  • Iker Casillas: Why would I tell you, Lu.


Drogba had equalized just before the end of normal time. It was a fine corner from Juan Mata and Drogba scored via a perfectly well-timed header that Neuer couldn’t save. The match went into extra time. Chelsea held on, for another half hour. They were not going to let this slip, not without they had put in their best effort. ET ended 1-1 as well and it was time for penalties. 

Phillip Lahm, Mario Gomez, Manuel Neuer, Ivica Olic, Bastian Schweinsteiger took penalties for Bayern. Juan Mata, David Luiz, Frank Lampard, Ashley Cole and Didier Drogba took the penalties for Chelsea.

Juan Mata had missed the first penalty for Chelsea, Bayern took a 3-1 lead; but Chelsea scored 3 penalties after that first miss, while Olic and Schweinsteiger missed for Bayern. It all came down to the last kick: Drogba was to take it. He got ready, and went for it, his strike was well-placed and powerful and he had sent Neuer the wrong way. He scored. HE HAD DONE IT! HE HAD DONE IT FOR CHELSEA!!! 

Looking back, it has been 2 years. Drogba had won that trophy for Chelsea which had eluded them for years: They had made it to multiple semifinals and a final, and had come so close to winning but it was not to be then; but today was Chelsea’s day and his day, and he did not disappoint. In what was his last match for Chelsea, he had won the Champions League for Chelsea through what was his last ever kick in a blue shirt.

That night was blue. Chelsea had painted Munich blue on that night. The fans were rejoicing, the players were rejoicing, the staff was rejoicing. They had overcome all odds, at all possible levels, including beating their final opponents on their home turf. They had done it. We had done it. :’) 💙


Alejandro Cegarra nació en Caracas. Venezuela, en 1989. Estudió fotografía en “Roberto Mata Taller de Fotografía” en paralelo con sus estudios en Publicidad en la Universidad Alejandro de Humboltd. Durante 2012 y 2013 trabajó como fotoperiodista para la Cadena Capriles, Ciudad CCS y el Bloque de Armas. Actualmente se desempeña en Associated Press en Venezuela y ha sido seleccionado por la agencia Magnum Photos en el concurso “30 Under 30” que selecciona a treinta fotógrafos menores de 30 años alrededor de todo el mundo para exponer en Birmingham, Inglaterra. Su trabajo “La Torre de David” es finalista para los premios Sony World Photography Awards en la categoría Contemporary Issues,en el Leica Oskar Barnack Newcomer Award y ganador del People Choice Awards del “30 under 30” de Magnum Photos. Dicho trabajo será expuesto en el festival PhotoEspaña 2014.



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Carlos Becerra es un fotógrafo independiente venezolano, formado en el Taller de Fotografía de Roberto Mata. Ha seguido de cerca los sucesos de 2014 en Venezuela y sus imágenes sobre las protestas y los enfrentamientos han sido publicadas por diversos medios y organismos a nivel internacional. Parte de su trabajo ha sido publicado por Amnistía Internacional, CNN, Washington Post, The Guardian, entre otros.