John Terry crushes Kovacic's hand in Chelsea 2-1 win over Aston Villa

John Terry crushes Kovacic's hand in Chelsea 2-1 win over Aston Villa

John Terry made a sensational return to Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night, December 4, as Chelsea hosted Aston Villa in a tough tie that saw the Blues see off their visitors 2-1.

Tammy Abraham and Mason Mount's goals were all Chelsea needed to beat resilient Aston Villa as Frank Lampard's young team continued a dazzling show of promises.

After the game, John Terry who is a club legend took the time to greet current Chelsea stars on the pitch.

But the Aston Villa assistant boss left Chelsea star Mateo Kovacic writhing in pain after he clumsily crushed his hands.

The 38-year-old had greeted all the Blues stars on the pitch before meeting the Croatian on his way down the tunnel.

He shook his hand passionately but only to tough-hold Kovacic and leave him in pain before facing another direction as the midfielder gave him an ugly look.

Meanwhile, Chelsea's young studded squad recorded a narrow win over Villa in the tough Premier League encounter.

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Tammy Abraham gave Blues the lead in the 24th minute before Mahmood Hassan handed the visitors a beautiful equaliser in the 41st minute of the game.

With the match looking destined for stalemate, Mason Mount fired in another goal for Chelsea and Frank Lampard coasted to glory on Wednesday night.

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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported that Cristiano Ronaldo produced another genuine moment of messianic delivery for Juventus as Mauricio Sarri's men escaped what could have been a terrible 2-1 home defeat to aggressive Sassuolo side.

The Portuguese star scored a crucial penalty for Juventus to balance the score sheet after Paulo Dybala was fouled in the box.

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