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After the 3-1 win over Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium, John Terry was in a giving mood and gave a signed shirt to Jack Wilshere.
Terry, as has often been the case this season under Antonio Conte, was on the bench again and did not feature in the victory.
Wilshere, on the hand, played the full duration of the game, where an own goal from Adam Smith, a goal from Eden Hazard and a beautifully hit free-kick from Marcos Alonso gave the Blues a win that takes them another step towards the Premier League.
Club captain Terry was happy to hand over his unused away shirt to Wilshere and his message was brilliant.
He called Wilshere a "great player and great man" as well as saying that he wishes he had the opportunity to play in the same team as Wilshere on a regular basis.
Terry only played in the same side as Wilshere on a handful of occasions in the England side before he retired from international football in 2012.
Wilshere posted a picture of the shirt, featuring the message from Terry:
The futures of both players do not appear to lie at their
current clubs. Terry, the most successful captain in Chelsea's history, looks
set to leave the club, while the consensus with Wilshere is that he is unlikely
to play for Arsenal again once his loan with Bournemouth expires.
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