On Twitter, and on the field, the man of the Match was Chelsea hero Didier Drogba.
Drogba was mentioned in 25% of all tweets. John Terry despite having not kicked a ball (or an opponent’s back) in anger was fractionally behind him.
There was good news for Roberto Di Matteo. He received a vote of confidence: the Chelsea interim coach was the toast of 69% of tweets.
Not only did Chelsea win on the field, but they won socially as well. The social media goals saw Chelsea beat Bayern 3:1 in the social stakes.
Piers the Pundit? Arsenal fan Piers Morgan received 4,500 re-tweets, the most of any non-affiliated individual.