John Terry Couldn't Bring Himself To Celebrate Aston Villa's Goal Vs Chelsea
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John Terry had the least enthusiastic reaction ever to Aston Villa taking the lead against Chelsea on Sunday afternoon.
Terry spent 19 years of his career at Chelsea and captained the club to five Premier League titles and a Champions League triumph.
The former England international is now assistant manager at Villa but he couldn't hide his Blues allegiance when Kourtney Hause put the home side ahead just before half-time.
#AVLCHE John Terry's reaction to the Villa goal... pic.twitter.com/b6D4q5Mr0U
- Just_BT (@BeeTee4U) June 21, 2020
Fans on Twitter were quick to catch Terry's slow golf clap and look of crisis as Chelsea went behind.
Despite Villa taking the lead, they couldn't hold on as Frank Lampard's side scored two inside two minutes to seal a 2-1 victory.
Christian Pulisic smashed a half-volley home just past the hour mark and Olivier Giroud put his side ahead with a low drive moments later.
Victory for Chelsea keeps them in fourth place and five points clear of closest rivals Manchester United and Wolves.
Villa meanwhile are 19th and one point from safety.
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