Premier League title-winning captain John Terry has earned his place in the history books after Chelsea’s title triumph this season, breaking a record that previously stood for 22 years, according to CaughtOffside.
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Having played every single minute for Chelsea in their title win this season, Terry is the first ever-present member of the eventual champions since former Manchester United star Gary Pallister back in the 1992/93 season.
— Premier League (@premierleague) May 25, 2015
With the 34-year-old not even playing regularly a couple of seasons ago under Rafael Benitez, this step up is a remarkable improvement to his game in the latter stages of his career.
Even though Terry has won the title four times now, this is arguably his best contribution after rolling back the years and continuing to look like one of the best centre-backs in Europe even at this age.