Chelsea vs Tottenham: Didier Drogba's stunning goalscoring record in major finals in pictures

The Ivorian could start for Jose Mourinho's men this Sunday

Staff
Friday 27 February 2015 14:25
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Chelsea prepare to face Tottenham Hotspur this weekend in the Capital One Cup final safe in the knowledge they have Didier Drogba at their disposal.

The Ivorian striker has scored in nine major finals for the Blues, lifting four FA Cups, two League Cups and a Champions League trophy along the way.

Jose Mourinho's men go into the clash as favourites, despite being without the suspended Nemanja Matic, but the former Inter Milan boss will have a selection headache on Sunday morning.

Does he start goal machine Diego Costa up front or go for an experienced head in Drogba?

If these goals are anything to go by, Mourinho will be wise to go with the Ivory Coast international..

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