Chelsea captain John Terry has added a new personal record to his long list of achievements with his Premier League title win this season.
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In playing every single minute for the Blues, he has joined former Manchester United star Gary Pallister in playing in an entire season for the eventual champions of England.
— Premier League (@premierleague) May 25, 2015
It is not since Pallister for United in 1992/93 that this has been accomplished, showing just how rare a feat it is and what an incredible landmark it is for Terry considering his age.
The 34-year-old lifted the Premier League trophy for the fourth time of his career on Sunday, but this is arguably the triumph in which he has performed best, just a couple of years after former Chelsea boss Rafael Benitez felt he could no longer play 90 minutes every week.
In an age where rotation is so common and even the best players at the peak of their game are given rests, Terry continues to set the standard at Stamford Bridge with his amazing commitment to the cause.