Chelsea star Timo Werner was left perplexed during a post-match interview after helping the Blues to Champions League glory.
Thomas Tuchel's side upset the odds to beat Pep Guardiola's Manchester City, who have only recently been crowned Premier League champions.
But when Werner was asked about the pre-game odds, he had little time to give his thoughts.
He was asked: "Before the game, everyone spoke about Chelsea being the underdog, Manchester City being the favourite, did that give you more determination to win it?"
But Werner appeared to misunderstand the interviewer, and expressed he wasn't in the mood to chat about the question.
He said: "I don't understand the question but I don't care, we won the trophy.
"Everything is good. Next question!"
Werner squandered a number of chances during the game at the Estadio do Dragao in what was a poor performance for the £53million man.
But he produced a brilliant run off the ball to free up space for Kai Havertz to run in for the all-important goal.
Werner sprinted to across the face of the pitch to carry Ruben Dias to the touchline, freeing up room for Havertz to meet Mason Mount's brilliant through ball and slot the ball into an empty net after rounding Ederson.
And speaking after the game, he discussed the game plan for the match and how well Tuchel set his side up.
Werner explained that he had to defend for the entire second half after working to put the game out of sight in the first 45.
He said: "You can't win anything else bigger in club football. It's brilliant that we won it today.
"We came out in the first half and wanted it, the second half was only defending.
"We did so well and we're so happy."
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