Drogba: I'm in the form of my career

<strong>ATLETICO MADRID (2)</strong> vs<strong> CHELSEA (2)</strong><br /><br />DIDIER DROGBA insisted he was in the form of his life as he powered Chelsea into the last 16 of the Champions League with a clinical double strike.<br /><br />The Ivorian hitman returned from a three-match European suspension to fire two goals in the last eight minutes and help the Blues come back from behind against the Spanish hosts.<br /><br />Atletico striker Sergio Aguero, tipped by many to join Drogba in the Blues attack in January, denied the Blues a fourth straight group stage win with a late equaliser to add to his earlier opener.<br /><br />Drogba&rsquo;s brace takes his tally to 12 for the season, and the 31-year-old believes he is perfect nick ahead of Sunday&rsquo;s crunch Premier League clash with Manchester United at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.<br /><br />Asked if he felt he was in the form of his life, Drogba said: &ldquo;I think so. A few years ago I was playing with the same confidence. It&rsquo;s always easier when you are playing injury-free.&rdquo;<br /><br />&ldquo;I think we were also thinking about Manchester United tonight but we did everything we had to do today,&rdquo; he added. &ldquo;Now we can focus on Sunday because it&rsquo;s very important to beat them United at home.<br /><br />&ldquo;We have to show different qualities and be better than today. Today was far from a good performance, we played well but were not good enough to win.&rdquo;<br /><br />Argentina star Aguero volleyed the hosts a shot lead on 66 minutes before Drogba headed home Florent Malouda&rsquo;s cross eight minutes from time. Drogba looked to have snatched victory when racing clear to fire past keeper Sergio Asenjo, before Aguero brilliantly curled home a 25-yard free-kick in the dying seconds to deny Chelsea victory.<br /><br />Blues boss Ancelotti added afterwards: &ldquo;I&rsquo;m happy because we are in the next phase of the Champions League and this is important.&rdquo;