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I did it first: John Terry jokingly remarks on Sergio Aguero’s World Cup celebration with Argentina

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Former England and Chelsea centreback John Terry in contrast Sergio Aguero’s celebrations with Argentina after the Latin American aspect gained their third World Cup to his personal celebrations with Chelsea after they’d gained the Champions League in opposition to Bayern Munich in 2012.

Terry didn’t participate within the Champions League last in 2012 after he was despatched off within the semi-final and later joined the celebrations in full membership garb on the pitch after Chelsea defeated Bayern Munich. Aguero, alternatively, would in all probability have been part of this World Cup successful squad if he wasn’t pressured to retire in final 12 months after discovering a coronary heart situation. He paraded man of the second Lionel Messi on his shoulders kitted out in full Argentina colors alongside together with his iconic 19 jersey.

After the Argentina victory, Terry joked on BeIN Sports, saying, “Aguero has gone for the full John Terry there hasn’t he?! I did it first.”

Before the ultimate, it was reported that Aguero had joined Argentina’s camp and was sharing room with childhood pal Lionel Messi. Aguero and Messi have been shut mates for almost 20 years and had shared rooms since their youth group days.

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Messi went into this event with no roommate in any respect – preferring to go alone than with anybody apart from Aguero.

Aguero had lashed out on the Argentine soccer officers for not permitting him to go to the group camp and meet his former team-mates earlier than Argentina was resulting from play Saudi Arabia of their opening recreation of the World Cup.

“If they don’t want me to go, tell me to my face,” he took a pot shot on the AFA for not issuing credentials to go to the camp. “Always fully with Argentina and with this team that represents us all. We know that they will give everything for this shirt that we love so much. And as Leo [Messi] said, we will all be walking together,” he had written on Twitter.