John Terry's All-Time Premier League XI Includes Eight Man United Players
John Terry was a guest on Monday Night Football, and the Chelsea legend revealed his Premier League all-time XI which includes eight former Manchester United players.
Also worth noting this is a team not including Chelsea players.
Then, of course, no doubt the likes of Petr Cech, Ashley Cole, Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba, to name but a few, would've probably made it.
Terry and Lampard celebrate at the full-time whistle. Image: PA
After dissecting Everton's 3-1 victory against Swansea City on Monday, Terry shared his greatest non-Chelsea Premier League XI.
Between the sticks, he's opted for United's current No.1 David De Gea. In front of a back four which contains Sky Sports duo Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher, as well as Rio Ferdinand and Patrice Evra.
In midfield, he's chosen Cristiano Ronaldo, Steven Gerrard, Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs, with Wayne Rooney and Thierry Henry spearheading the attack.
Here's John Terry's all-time greatest @premierleague XI made up of non-Chelsea players. What do you think?- Sky Sports MNF (@SkySportsMNF) December 18, 2017
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Naturally, his selection got social media talking.
Vidic > Carra tbh- Sam Walton (@Swaltonfam) December 18, 2017
Jamie Carragher just wasnt that good, not even an regular of England's starting 11. As much as i loathe him, Sol Campbell was miles better- Dee Patel (@dipskp) December 18, 2017
Great team. Henry upfront with Rooney in the 10 would have been amazing. Sorry Shearer but not a complete footballer.- H. (@IconicYanited) December 18, 2017
Could do with a few more United players- UTDST. (@utdstreet) December 18, 2017
Ashley Cole and Lampard over scholes- Andrew Bews (@AndrewBews) December 18, 2017
In reality, which Chelsea players would get in and for who?? That's a good team!- Pete Corrigan (@Pierro16) December 18, 2017
Suarez > Rooney- Jordan hughes (@hughesydawg) December 18, 2017
He not only picked Henry but also claimed he was the most feared striker he played against.
"Henry was my most feared striker [I played against]. He was terrifying. He was the best by far.
"He had everything, the movement. He was incredible. He would be the one before games, I'd say, 'it's going to be tough tomorrow.' Nobody else did that," he added.
Whats your take on his team? Let us know.