No doubt, John Terry is Mr. Chelsea. The truth is that legacy here is going to continue forever. The last season of Terry at Stamford Bridge had also been pretty successful. This is another Premier League title which proved as an icing on the cake for the former player from England. As a matter of fact, the first goal against Watford had been an ideal way to celebrate it.

This goal had marked the 3 milestones. Firstly, it had been the 100th goal of this season for Chelsea. Moreover, it had been the 1000th goal for the club under Roman Abramovich, the owner.

Ultimately, the header meant that Terry had managed to score in 17 seasons consecutively. This is a great feature when it comes to a central defensive player. Terry had swooped away celebration but it had been pretty obvious that the first season of the season is an emotional one. He held back his tears while celebrating at Stamford Bridge.

“This was a goal that he was going to remember for a long period of time. He had been a real legend of the game“. He had been placed in the Premier League’s final game against Sunderland on 21st Mat where he had come off in the twenty-sixth minute with a standing ovation from the audience. The final bow had been hosted as Chelsea played against Arsenal in Wembley in the finals of FA Cup. However, it didn’t actually end well with Arsenal since “their opponents went on“ to win the cup because of the late winner from Aaron Ramsey.

However, this was a special way to end his career at Chelsea. He is soon going to go down in the history of football as one of the greatest English defenders of all times.