Chelsea football club played a premier league game on 14th October 2006 against Reading FC which ended up in a tragedy-comedy that Chelsea goalkeepers, Carlo Cudicini & Peter Cech were both injured in the match and John Terry the captain had to go to the goalpost.
What happened was not just going to affect Chelsea that day but it was also expected that the London team are welcoming European Champions Barcelona in a Champions league match.
Peter Cech was injured in the early minutes by Stephen Hunt's knee and Carlo Cudicini was injured in the stoppage time by Ibrahima Sanko. Chelsea still won this match 1-0.
Chelsea fans were remembering the legendary works of former captain John Terry as they give him lots of accolades on their Facebook page today with comments and stickers.
Some of the comments of Chelsea Fans Can be seen below:
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