Champions League: Didier Drogba relishes 'special' Chelsea reunion

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Facing Chelsea 'strange' for Drogba

Didier Drogba admits facing his former club Chelsea in the last 16 of the Champions League "feels strange" but says the experience will be "special".

The Ivorian striker, 35, left Stamford Bridge after eight years in June 2012, embarking on a short spell in China with Shanghai Shenhua before returning to Europe with Galatasaray last January.

Drogba also says his last game for the Blues - the Champions League win over Bayern Munich in May 2012 - felt "like a movie".

He scored with an 88th-minute header to take the game into extra-time before converting the winning penalty in a shoot-out.

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