Watch: Old friends Jose Mourinho and John Terry share a hug before Spurs' match
The duo were together at Chelsea where manager Jose Mourinho forged a successful team with Terry as his captain and central defender.
Jose Mourinho and John Terry might be managing different London teams in the Premier League right now but that didn't stop the two from sharing a quick hug when they stumbled into each other before Tottenham Hotspur's match against Aston Villa. In a video that is doing rounds on Social Media platforms, Mourinho is seen catching Terry off guard before the two break into a friendly hug and conversation.
Love this from John Terry and Jose Mourinho ???? pic.twitter.com/CszdPs25aL— Frank Khalid (@FrankKhalidUK) February 16, 2020
The duo were together at Chelsea where manager Jose Mourinho forged a successful team with Terry as his captain and central defender. In his first stint with the Blues, Mourinho promoted the English defender as the captain and there was no looking back for the talented center-back who went on to win all the trophies before leaving the Blues in 2017. Terry was also part of the squad Mourinho inherited on his return to Chelsea a few years later. The captain-manager duo once again won the Premier League with the Blues before the Portuguese manager was sacked by the Chelsea management. Terry, after ending his playing career at Aston Villa, is now their assistant head coach.
The game itself was full of twists and turns but Mourinho's Spurs edged Terry's Villa side through a late winner by Korean Son Heung-Min. The match was destined to be a 2-2 draw but the 94th-minute goal gave Tottenham all three points.