Chelsea captain John Terry picks Arsenal legend Thierry Henry as his toughest opponent at the Premier League during his time at Chelsea which spans out to 18 seasons. With 481 league matches to his name Terry has ample of experience in Premier League football.
Having played against Luis Suarez, Sergio Aguero and Christiano Ronaldo, the player picked Thierry Henry as his toughest opponent rather than the former three and rightly so. Henry scored 174 goals in 254 league matches helping Arsenal lift two Premier League trophies and seems like Terry did find tackling Henry’s talents a tough go.
Terry’s future at the Stamford Bridge is uncertain as the club is looking to let go of the player, while incoming manager Antonio Conte, it is uncertain whether the Italian manager would like Terry be part of the team or not.
On the other hand, his toughest opponent Henry has returned to Arsenal to start his managerial career as he is named the Gunners’ Under-18 assistant manager.