The midfielder who is now playing for Real Madrid have been trying to numb the pain of the defeat to the Premier League, which won a penalty in the final at their at Bayern’s own Allianz Arena.

Toni had drunk so much that he had to call an emergency doctor

Toni Kroos said that he had drunk so much after the Champions League defeat of Bayern Munich to Chelsea back in 2012, that he had to call an emergency doctor. The midfielder who is now playing for Real Madrid have been trying to numb the pain of the defeat to the Premier League, which won a penalty in the final at their at Bayern’s own Allianz Arena. The Bavarians, who were the red-hot favorites going to the match, were ahead of the game with just a few minutes left after Thomas Müller pushed the opener after 83 minutes. Didier Drogba headed home before full time, however, sending the game into extra time. Then a penalty – and the Ivorian scoring a winning spot-kick after Bastian Schweinsteiger hit the post with his efforts.

Kroos turned to alcohol to alleviate the pain of loss

The victory caused jubilant scenes among Chelsea players, as the Blues claimed to be their first European victory, and Bayern were supposed to lose the match that appeared in their hands. Indeed, all this was too much for Kroos, who turned to alcohol to alleviate the pain of loss. Toni’s brother Felix recalled: “The Champions League final against Chelsea in 2012 was a disappointment. We were near to needing an emergency doctor!” The Madrid star replied: “It wasn’t good, but there was a reason for it. I remember that then Jessi said: “We cannot do this right now. Imagine if it turned out that I called an emergency doctor for drinking too much!”

“There was no other way. In the end, I had to call the doctor because I thought, “It can’t be allowed to get worse than this.” Toni Kroos also noted another night of drinking with his brother, and former Leverkusen Bayer defender Stefan Reinartz, where he eventually drank tequila shots “because it was the only thing that went off very well.” However, the next day Felix joked about how he had to sit on the sofa with Stefan to make sure he was breathing. It would seem that this was the night when a 30-year-old forever stopped drinking alcohol, and Toni Kroos said: “I’m guilty that the next day I felt terrible. I said: “It does not bring anything good. I could not look at tequila that evening, and so I ultimately gave it up. It doesn’t hurt, and I don’t miss it.