Former Ivorian striker Didier Drogba (L) and French striker Kylian Mbappe of Paris Saint-Germain will be attending the balloon d & # 39; Or France Football 2019 in Paris's Chatelet on 2 December 2019. (Photo by FRANCK FIFE / AFP) (Photo by FRANCK FIFE / AFP about Getty Images)

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Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba took a photo at the Paris D & Or Or ceremony in Paris on Monday with striker Paris Saint-Germain Kylian Mbappe.

Drogba had "agreed" with a friend to pose for a photo with the then 10-year-old Mbappe at Stamford Bridge after the UEFA Champions League semi-final against Barcelona Darren Wells In the mirror,

However, the Ivorer rejected the request later, after Chelsea had retired after a controversial and bad-tempered clash in West London with a draw.

Drogba made good on Monday after World Cup winner 2019 took sixth place in balloon d & Or;

Former Ivorian striker Didier Drogba (L), French striker Kylian Mbappe of Paris Saint-Germain and French TV presenter Sandy Heribert will make a selfie during the balloon d & # 39; Or France 2019 football tournament at the Chatelet Theater in Paris in December. picture

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Chelsea saw four penalties denied by referee Tom Henning Ovrebo in 2009 and played dramatically when Andres Iniesta scored a 1-1 draw in stoppage time to send the visitors into the away goals' final:

The Blues had beaten Michael Essien's spectacular strike after nine minutes and thought they should have won a penalty when Florent Malouda was overthrown by Dani Alves, but Ovrebo missed a free-kick just outside the goal.

Drogba also demanded a penalty after being pulled back by Eric Abidal, and further balls against Gerard Pique and Samuel Etoo went unheeded.

The Chelsea striker was injured on 72 minutes and replaced by Juliano Belletti. At the final whistle, however, he entered again against Ovrebo.

The Chelsea striker was subsequently hit with one Six-Match Champions League ban for his behavior. Referee Ovrebro later told Marca (h / t Sam Dean at telegraph) that he made mistakes and "can not be proud of this achievement".