The biggest club competition in football saw the two heavyweights of English football go head to head, as Manchester United took on Chelsea in Moscow.
It was the first all-English final in the competition's history, as well as being Chelsea's first ever Champions League final, and it didn't disappoint.
Fifty years on from the tragic Munich Air Disaster, in which most of Manchester United's young side died, the current crop did their predecessors proud, as they brought the trophy back to Old Trafford for the third time.
The first goal came after 26 minutes when Cristiano Ronaldo capped off a remarkable season by scoring a header, putting United in the lead.
Frank Lampard equalised late on in the first-half, and despite chances for both teams, it stayed like that for the whole of the second-half, and extra time.
Both sides had chances, however. Lampard had a shot which hit the underside of the crossbar, and Ryan Giggs, who was making an all-time record 759th appearance for United, had two shots well blocked by Chelsea captain John Terry.
The hero was about to become the villain, however, as, with the scores in the penalty shoot-out poised at 4-4, Terry stepped up to win Chelsea the cup, after Ronaldo had missed for United earlier.
Terry slipped when striking the ball, and his effort hit the post and went wide, causing the penalties to go into sudden death, in which Edwin Van Der Sar saved the crucial penalty from Nicolas Anelka to win them the cup.
Didier Drogba's extra-time sending off was considered a key moment, as he would have taken the fifth penalty instead of John Terry, and had he not slapped Nemanja Vidic, who knows what could have happened.