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Terry stars in Chelsea victory

John Terry scored twice and Mohamed Salah was also on target as Chelsea came from behind to beat AFC Wimbledon 3-2.

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John Terry: Netted twice in Chelsea’s win over AFC Wimbledon

John Terry: Netted twice in Chelsea’s win over AFC Wimbledon

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Alan Bennett put the League Two side in front after just 38 seconds and Matt Tubbs added a second before half-time to set up a possible shock result.

However, Jose Mourinho made eight changes at the break and Terry reduced the arrears in the 74th minute when he poked in at the second attempt following a Lewis Baker cross.

Midfielder Baker, 19, played a part in the equaliser as he picked out Salah and the Egyptian winger finished confidently in the 82nd minute.

Terry then grabbed the winner with just a minute remaining as he powered in a header from Baker’s corner, giving Chelsea the perfect send-off for their pre-season trip to Austria on Monday.


 

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