Why John Terry didn’t celebrate Villa’s goal against Chelsea

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Chelsea legend John Terry found it difficult to celebrate Aston Villa’s goal against Chelsea as the Villans drew first blood in this game.

Just before half-time, Villa opened the scoring after Kortney Hause found the net from a close range. Villa boss Dean Smith was enthusiastic in his celebration of the goal, but beside him was a Blue man in Terry who suffered to see his former side concede after dominating the game.

After 19 years at Stamford Bridge, with most of them as Chelsea captain, and 17 trophies with the club, Terry was in no mood to celebrate Villa’s goal.

Photo: Molly Darlington/Reuters

Terry’s withdrawn celebration showed that the Villa assistant manager couldn’t hide his Blues allegiance, and Chelsea fans have reacted to it.

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