Despite being club colleagues at Stamford Bridge, the Brazilian showed little sympathy for his skipper as he nursed a rather painful knock in training
John Terry has found out the hard way that Chelsea team-mate David Luiz is not the man to turn to if you are looking for sympathy.
The Blues skipper took a painful blow during a recent Blues training session, with it safe to assume that the blow made his eyes water and took his breath away.
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As he was checking that everything was still intact in the trouser department, Luiz took the opportunity to make things a little worse for his struggling colleague.
Terry has not had much of an opportunity to get one over on Luiz this season, with the Brazilian holding the upper hand on and off the field.
His form alongside Gary Cahill and Cesar Azpilicueta in a three-man defensive unit has helped to keep Chelsea’s long-serving centre-half stuck on the sidelines.
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Terry will be hoping for more opportunities before the season is out, with his contract running down.
He will, however, need to avoid any unfortunate injuries if he is to figure again under Antonio Conte, especially those inflicted by supposed friends.