'We love you': Some Chelsea fans adored what John Terry did to Tottenham supporters last night

Chelsea followers on social media were delighted to hear what John Terry was up to during Aston Villa’s clash with Tottenham Hotspur yesterday.

Spurs supporters apparently decided to goad Terry by signing a song about being worse than Ledley King.

The former Chelsea captain responded by lifting an imaginary trophy towards the Tottenham contingent.

Blues fans went barmy over their iconic defender’s reaction.

Here’s how they replied to Terry’s antics on Twitter:

https://twitter.com/CFCJae_/status/1395094898102124550?s=20

In terms of titles in the modern era, Terry totally trumps Tottenham.

Since Spurs won their last silverware back in 2008, the ex-Chelsea skipper has won nine major honours.

This includes three Premier Leagues, three FA Cups, the Champions League and Europa League.

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Ironically, Tottenham’s only award in this millennium came at the expensive of Terry’s Blues.

13 years ago, Spurs defeated their London rivals in the League Cup final thanks to goals from Dimitar Berbatov and Jonathan Woodgate.

But their cabinet has looked pretty bare following that fateful day at Wembley, whilst Chelsea’s continues to grow.

Thomas Tuchel could add to their collection in less than a week when he challenges Manchester City in the Champions League show piece event. 

Defeating the reigning league victors would signal a significant first season for the German coach, who’s already made a sizeable splash after landing in England.

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Nathaniel is a football journalist who graduated from the University of Derby. He has worked at Burton Albion as part of their media team for two years. Nathaniel produces regular articles for the club’s official website and match-day programme. He covered the 2018 U20 Women’s World Cup in Brittany and has reported from grounds ranging from non-league up to the Premier League.