Champions League ~ Chelsea kings of Europe but uncertainty reigns
Didier Drogba won the Champions League for Chelsea with what could be the last kick of his career at the club. The 34-year-old from Ivory Coast scored Chelsea's equaliser in normal time with a powerful near-post header and followed it up by converting the final penalty in the shoot-out. The club initially refused to offer Drogba the two-year contract extension he wanted, but renewed talks are set to get underway shortly. The striker's decision may be based on who is appointed manager at Stamford Bridge, with Roberto Di Matteo strengthening his case to get the job permanently.
Another decision the new manager will have to take early will be on the future of Fernando Torres, who has stated that he suffered the "biggest disappointment" when he was left out of the starting line-up on Saturday night and is "unhappy" at how the club have treated him.
Championship ~ Hammers bounce straight back
West Ham were promoted back to the Premier League after just one season in the Championship with an exciting play-off final win over Blackpool. Both sides had been relegated from the top division last season but Ricardo Vaz-Te scored an 87th-minute winner to ensure the Hammers were celebrating. Sam Allardyce has faced some criticism for the way his side have played this season but he said it was important that they were promoted straight away. "You get critics everywhere," said Allardyce. "A small minority who make themselves heard at every club, but the vast majority have been behind the team. It would have been devastating, according to the owners, who would have had to decimate the wage bill by £10 million, off-load players for little or no fees and still achieve what fans want."
Conference ~ Second Wembley win promotes York City
York City have enjoyed a decent week. Last Saturday they beat Newport County to win the FA Trophy at Wembley, during the week they had planning permission granted for a new stadium and then, on Sunday, they beat Luton Town 2-1 to gain promotion back to the Football League. York were relegated in 2004 with a backdrop of financial chaos but now their future is looking brighter. Their fans, outnumbered almost five to one by Luton's among the near 40,000 in attendance, may have feared the worst when Andre Gray put Luton ahead after two minutes. Goals from Ashley Chambers in the 26th minute and then Matty Blair – from a distinctly offside position just after half-time – won it for York.
Scotland ~ Hearts hammer Hibs in Edinburgh's cup final
Hibernian's wait for a Scottish Cup final win will continue after they were hammered 5-1 by Edinburgh rivals Hearts on Saturday. The match, mainly looked forward to because it was free of the Old Firm, could hardly have been more one-sided in the end. Hibs, who have not won the cup since 1902, will rue the sending off of left-back Pa Kujabi, which resulted in the penalty that put Hearts 3-1 up. Replays showed the foul was committed outside the area. Hearts were as dominant from the outset as their record in this derby would suggest. They have now won all four of the matches between the sides this season and have not lost to Hibs in their last 11 meetings, winning eight of them.
France ~ Montpellier win title amid tennis balls and toilet roll
Montpellier's 2-1 victory at Ligue 1's bottom side, Auxerre, secured the first league title win in the club's history. Although Paris Saint-Germain did all they could by winning 2-1 at Lorient, they were relying on Montpellier to lose to claim the title for their own. Instead, PSG's fans, players and staff suffered a long wait after the game in Auxerre was delayed. With the game level at 1-1, Auxerre fans began protesting against their own club's relegation by hurling tennis balls and toilet roll onto the pitch, forcing the players to return to the dressing room. The match was halted again later in the second half, this time because flares were thrown onto the pitch. It meant that the PSG players, having secured the victory they needed, could only watch on television screens at Lorient as Montpellier secured the win and clinched the title. It rounds off a remarkable season for Montpellier, who finished 14th last year. Tom Hocking