John Terry showed a hapless Chelsea FC exactly how to bounce back from despair by scoring an own goal, and then going on to hit to opponent’s net in the dying seconds of the match to get a 3-3 draw with Everton.
After a dull first half, it was Terry who opened the scoring in the match, accidentally turning in a cross from Leighton Baines. Here is a video of the own goal.
— Matt Terrill (@Matt_Terrill) January 16, 2016
However the Chelsea FC captain was not about to give in, and neither was his side, who were 2-0 down in the second half. The Blues came back to level the scores with goals from Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas, but Everton substitute pegged them back once again with a third goal for the Toffees.
The Chelsea FC captain was in no mood to give in though, as he soared up the pitch to score the equalising goal, late in injury time. There was a hint of offside, but Terry showed great leadership and character to show Chelsea FC how to come back and redeem themselves.
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