“John Terry Chelsea goals” may be the most discussed topic among Chelsea fans all over the world. This is due to John Terry’s position as a central-defender where he doesn’t get much opportunity to score. However, he still managed to score a total of 67 goals for Chelsea. It is also the most ever scored by a defender in Chelsea’s history.
Terry was also been named as the most successful captain and central-defender in Chelsea’s history. Terry earned 78 caps for England. He also won five Premier League titles, five FA Cups and a Champions League title. The defender also claimed five league cups and a Europa League title in 717 games for Chelsea.
There are quite a few remarkable and notable goals that John Terry has scored for Chelsea throughout his professional football career. They were:
Chelsea vs AS Roma 2008
It was the Champions league group stage against Roma. The game was tense and tight as both sides were not going to give in at all. However, Terry scored a classic headed winner in a crucial moment.
Chelsea vs Arsenal 2004
Terry was on the scoresheet again when Chelsea visited the victors at Highbury in a depleting challenge that would be a solid marker for how far Chelsea could go in the 2004/2005 season. It was another pounding headed that ended up being the exceedingly vital equalizer in a 2-2 draw that no uncertainty set out the establishments for Chelsea to frolic to the title in 2005.
Chelsea vs Manchester United 2009
It was the title race for the 2009/2010 season where Chelsea were down by a point to Manchester United in the Premier League. Terry's thumping header from Frank Lampard’s corner at Stamford Bridge was the winner in a vital 1-0 victory. That particular goal has proved to be a huge psychological advantage for the remainder of the title race.
Chelsea vs Sunderland 2011
Chelsea were humiliated 3-0 at Stamford Bridge by the Black Cats in the prior gathering in the 2010-2011 Premier League season. Chelsea were on a vengeance mission when they landed at the Stadium of Light in February 2011 where in a captivating experience John Terry smacked a half volley into the ground simply inside the punishment zone which circled into the back of the net after Frank Lampard's stinging shot was carried away by Craig Gordan. He made the scores 3-2 of a possible 4-2 triumph that kept their title resistance on track.