Arjen Robben says he is distraught after his "terrible" penalty cost Bayern Munich dearly in their Champions League final defeat to Chelsea.
Robben said: "I can't describe how I feel with words, but it's been terrible. Two or three times, you feel you have the cup in your hands but at the end you stand with nothing. It wasn't a good penalty.
I wanted to shoot the ball hard and high in the goal, but the ball didn't go high enough. It was a terrible penalty kick. After that, I still played well but you have to change your mindset at that point."
Chelsea fans lined the streets of west London as the team celebrated the club's Champions League and FA Cup double with a victory parade.
Leaders at Camp David took a break from discussing the Eurozone to watch Chelsea become European club Champions.