Moment Chelsea Legend Terry Mocked Zimbabwean Fan for Correcting His English

Moment Chelsea Legend Terry Mocked Zimbabwean Fan for Correcting His English

Ibitoye Shittu
October 7, 2022 at 8:29 PM
  • Former Chelsea captain John Terry has mocked a Zimbabwean fan who corrected him on social media
  • The Englishman tweeted about Manchester City's win over Manchester United and also hailed Haaland
  • However, a Zimbabwean fan known as Pakuru spotted an error in John Terry's English and he corrected him

A Zimbabwean football fan identified on social media as Pakuru has corrected Chelsea legend John Terry on social media in which they former player mocked him while responding.

During his active playing time years back, John Terry was known as one of the best defenders in the world considering his styles of play most especially for Chelsea in the Premier League.

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Former Chelsea captain John Terry while playing for the Blues. Photo by Craig Mercer
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The former England international won the Premier League and Champions League titles at Chelsea in what was a remarkable and landmark achievements.

What happened between John Terry and the Zimbabwean fan?

John Terry posted that it was nice for him to see Manchester City destroying Manchester United in the Premier League.

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The Englishman who posted on his Twitter page also praised Erling Haaland for his impressive performances so far.

John Terry's reaction about Man City vs Man United

''Great few days in Qatar. A joy to watch Man City destroy Utd today, City are to good.
''How would you try and stop Erling Haaland? I haven’t seen a player like him ever.''

And while responding to John Terry's tweet, Pakuru corrected the Chelsea legend.

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Although the Nigerian and his teammates won the encounter, but it was not an easy ride for Sanusi and his teammates who had to wait until the second half before scoring.

Playing in front of their fans, FC Porto started the match impressively firing in all cylinders trying to get the opener against their opponents, but despite their efforts, they could not.

Porto boss Conceicao opted to introduce Sanusi into the game in the 63rd minute and that was the decision that turned the game on its head.

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