Aston Villa coach John Terry has reacted to what Chelsea defender Andreas Christensen did when the two teams met in a Premier League matchweek 16 clash at Stamford Bridge on Monday night.

John Terry is the assistant manager to Aston Villa boss Dean Smith and he reacted to what Danish international Christensen did during the game via his official Instagram handle.

Chelsea centre back Andreas Christensen was heavily criticised for his part in the Aston Villa equaliser at the start of the second half. He was involved in a collision with Aston Villa skipper Jack Grealish and he chose to stay down with the hope that the ball will be touched out of play but the Chelsea defender was ignored and Aston Villa capitalised on the huge gap that the player had left at the heart of the Blues defence to score the equaliser.
John Terry took to his Instagram page after the game to praise the effort of the Aston Villa player around two days after their last game, a thumping 3-0 victory over another London club in Crystal Palace. The result against the Eagles was very impressive as they had to play the majority of the game with ten men after Aston Villa centre back Tyrone Mings was sent off in the first half of the game after two yellow cards. Chelsea legend John Terry was delighted that the efforts of the Villa players was rewarded with a point that kept them above Chelsea on the Premier League table. A Chelsea fan replied the post from John Terry by saying that the ex-Blues skipper would have been furious if an Aston Villa player did what Andreas Christensen did during the game. In his response, John Terry frankly said that the Chelsea centre back should have gotten up to prevent the Aston Villa equaliser from Anwar El-Ghazi.