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Lets all take a moment to reminisce about Didier Drogba's penalty in Munich...gives me goosebumps.
Last season's Champions League run was beyond phenomenal, as a Chelsea fan, I doubt I will experience another night quite as dramatic as that one.
But now the confetti has settled and the champagne has been finished, it is time for Chelsea to get their professional heads back on and try and do what has never been done before, defend the Champions League title.
They have been drawn in a quite difficult group with Juventus, Shakhtar Donetsk and relatively unknown side FC Nordsjealland.
Despite the quality in their group, Chelsea will be expected to come through it to the next round and are probably the favourites to win the group.
Chelsea's victory last year will make them a target for every club they play, which could work both for and against the Blues.
Their opponents will be extra fired up when they play Chelsea, and this could either create a good performance or put pressure on them and cause slip ups.
The same goes for Chelsea, they can either go in to each game with the pressure of knowing they are defending Champions or just go in to the competition with nothing to lose.
Whatever happens, Chelsea are a club to be feared, as was evident last season and they are capable of amazing things.
So Chelsea retaining their European title is by no means out of the realms of possibility, stranger things have happened.