John Terry is one Chelsea player who can still hit the target.
The Blues skipper and Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp took part in a game of ‘Darts Ball’ on the eve of the real 2016 World Championship, which begins this evening.
Terry took to the oche first and made 75 with his three attempts, including nailing the bullseye with his second shot to leave Redknapp with a mountain to climb.
The former Liverpool and England midfielder could only make 50 in reply as Terry romped to victory, proving that Chelsea have not lost the winning habit completely.
Jose Mourinho’s reigning champions are 16th in the Premier League table, only one point above the relegation zone, after their worst start to a season for 37 years.
Maybe moving sharpshooter Terry up front could help change their fortunes? The 35-year-old defender couldn’t do much worse than three-goal striker Diego Costa on this evidence!
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