Chelsea have won the UEFA Europa League, beating Benfica 2-1 in the final in Amsterdam
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Benfica manager Jorge Jesus will not let the hoodoo of a 51-year European trophy drought distract his players from beating Chelsea to Europa League glory tomorrow night.
– Jorge Jesus speaking to UEFA.com
I know that Benfica's great moment in sporting history was in the 1960s. I was born in 1954, but I know the history of the club because I have read about it and it is illustrated in photos at the training ground.
Winning the Europa League would be a very important moment in the club's history, and for the players and staff.
Getting to the final is a great achievement in itself but coming away victorious would be even greater.
Benfica are always under pressure when they play and we know that in every competition we take part in, the aim is to get to the final and win.
Chelsea's 26-year-old Brazilian David Luiz has been a key component of the Blues side which has reached tomorrow's Europa League final against his former club Benfica, where he hopes to realise his ambition of more silverware.
– Chelsea's David Luiz
I dreamt to play in big games, now I have another opportunity.
I dreamt to play in finals, now I have another opportunity. I'm so happy with this.
I have a lot of love for Benfica but inside the game it's for Chelsea.
It's naturally emotional because it's a final. Everyone wants to win, I want to win. Benfica, for sure, want to win.
It will be a magnificent day and a difficult game for us.
Chelsea have an opportunity to win one more European title, so let's do it.