John Terry will always be remembered as one of the best center backs to ever play in the English Premier League. The former Chelsea man was good at reading the game, intercepting passes in the box and using his strength for the purpose of defending. During his career as a Chelsea player, John Terry won so many trophies including the UEFA Champions League. He is arguably one of the names which can never be forgotten at the Stamford Bridge.
During his days as a footballer, John Terry who is currently one of the assistant managers at Aston Villa played against some of the best strikers in the EPL. Many top strikers like Sergio Aguero have described John Terry as a very tough defender. However, the striker who John Terry admits gave him difficult time whenever they faced each other was Thierry Henry.
According to SportsBible, John Terry named the former Arsenal striker as the best striker he played against. Terry praised Henry saying he is one of the most complete attackers he played against. The two faced each other severally during the London derby between Chelsea and Arsenal.
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