Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has warned Manchester United that his team-mates are out for revenge in Wednesday's Champions League Final.
The Czech Republic keeper claims the Blues are looking to avenge losing the Premier League title to the Old Trafford club on the final day of the season when the sides meet in the European showpiece in Moscow.
"I think it's the biggest game of my career," he admitted. "The final of the Champions League is something special.
"We have extra motivation because we wanted to win the title and in the end we lost it by two points.
"To lose the final would be heartbreaking. Something I was taught as a kid whenever we played in a final was that history remembers only winners.
"If you don't win the final, in the end you've got the same as the people who lost in the group stage.
"It will be interesting to see how both teams come to Moscow because we had a disappointment while they were celebrating.
"Sometimes celebrating can affect you more than the defeat. So we'll see how they cope with pressure."