- Chelsea legend John Terry and Real Madrid great Roberto Carlos had a feel of the Mobolaji Johnson Arena in Lagos
- The duo trained alongside some NPFL players including Super Eagles goalkeeper Ikechukwu Ezenwa
- Both football legends are set to feature in an exhibition football match billed to hold this weekend in Lagos
Chelsea legend John Terry and Real Madrid icon Roberto Carlos on Friday, November 19, trained with players from the Nigeria Professional Football League in Lagos ahead of an exhibition football match billed to hold this weekend.
Both stars were captured training with some Nigerian players at the Mobolaji Johnson Arena formerly known as the Onikan Stadium.
Of the Nigerian players who the football legends were pictured with is Super Eagles goalkeeper Ikechukwu Ezenwa.
Recall that both Terry and Carlos landed at the Murtala International Airport in Lagos on Thursday night, November 18, ahead of their visit to Nigeria.
The two football legends were welcomed by the former Big Brother Naija housemate, Ozoemena Joseph Chukwu, well known as Ozo, and some of their fans.
John Terry says Romelu Lukaku will fire Chelsea to Premier League glory
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Chelsea legend John Terry has suggested Romelu Lukaku could fire the club to Premier League glory this season.
The Blues acquired the services of the Belgian during the summer transfer window, splashing about £97million to snap him up from Inter Milan.
According to Terry, Lukaku was the 'big one missing' in Chelsea's title charge last term, and his arrival gives his former side the advantage in the title race.
Terry mocks Man United after Manchester derby defeat to Man City
Meanwhile, Legit.ng also reported that John Terry has poked fun at former rivals Man United following their Manchester derby defeat to Man City on Saturday, November 6.
Man United were completely outplayed at Old Trafford as they put up another lacklustre performance in front of the home base.
An Eric Bailly own goal in the opening exchange of the encounter and Bernardo Silva's strike on the stroke of halftime condemned the Red Devils to a comprehensive defeat.
And Terry, who had only signed up for a Twitter account on Saturday wasted no time to have a dig at one of his former rivals.