In Chelsea’s first preseason game against Wycombe on Wednesday Terry got on the scoresheet and then on Saturday the Bluues captain bagged two more as a Chelsea XI fought back from 2-0 down to beat AFC Wimbledon in Kingston.
The Blues fell behind to first-half efforts from Alan Bennett and Matt Tubbs. Young midfielder Lewis Baker was influential as Chelsea mounted their second-half charge, setting up all three goals.
Terry, who entered the game at half-time poked home Baker’s corner having come on for Chelsea, before he rose highest to head home another Baker set-piece in the final minute to snatch victory.
Chelsea’s other goal came from Mohamed Salah, the impressive young Baker again claiming the assist.