Club rivalries are put aside as John Terry enjoys a round of golf alongside Harry Kane and Eric Dier… with the Chelsea legend getting the better of the Tottenham striker who was forced to hand over money
- Chelsea hero John Terry went for a round of golf with Harry Kane and Eric Dier
- Terry seemed to get the better of the Spurs star who handed over some money
- They were involved in some fiery games including the Battle of Stamford Bridge
- But it was all smiles as the trio enjoyed a day in the sun at Wentworth Golf Club
Chelsea and Tottenham have a fierce rivalry on the pitch, but all appeared friendly off it as John Terry enjoyed a round of golf with Harry Kane and Eric Dier.
The trio were involved in some fiery clashes when Terry was still playing, including the famous Battle of Stamford Bridge back in 2016.
Six years on and the trio enjoyed a day in the sunshine as they played a round at Wentworth Golf Club in Surrey.
John Terry enjoyed a round of golf at Wentworth with Tottenham stars Harry Kane and Eric Dier
Terry got the better of Kane on the golf course, with the Tottenham star handing over money
Terry’s Instagram story would suggest that it was advantage Chelsea on the green as he got the better of the current England captain.
He posted a picture of Kane handing over money to him, though the Tottenham striker didn’t look too disappointed as he had a big smile on his face.
Terry also had some kind words for Dier, as he wrote ‘well played’ while tagging the Spurs defender.
It was a good day for Terry who shared a picture of his scorecard saying it was his ‘best ever round in the UK’ as he finished two under par.
Terry, who began a coaching consultancy role at Chelsea’s academy in January, is an avid golfer and often shares updates on his social media accounts.
Terry finished on two under par which was his ‘best ever round in the UK’, he claimed
Terry also tagged Eric Dier in his story and had a kind message as he said ‘well played’
He has played alongside some other big names in the sporting world including Peter Crouch, Jamie Redknapp and the late Shane Warne.
Kane, meanwhile, jetted 4,000 miles to Augusta immediately after playing in Tottenham’s 4-0 win over Aston Villa to watch The Masters.
The Battle of Stamford Bridge in 2016 saw 12 yellow cards dished out – nine of which were for Tottenham, as Chelsea frustrated their London rivals in a 2-2 draw which handed the Premier League title to Leicester.
Despite the rivalries of their respective clubs, Terry and Kane have shown great admiration towards each other in the past.
After Kane overtook Thierry Henry in the Premier League’s all time scoring list, Terry tweeted saying that the Spurs striker was ‘world class’.
While when asked about the toughest defenders he’s faced back in 2018, Kane praised the former Stamford Bridge skipper.
The clubs have had some fiery matches including 2016’s infamous Battle of Stamford Bridge
He told the Guardian: ‘I’ve been asked a few times to name the toughest defender I’ve played against and I’ve said (Giorgio) Chiellini.
‘I’ve faced him a couple of times. I’d also say John Terry.’
Kane and Tottenham are involved in a battle with another of their London rivals, Arsenal, for the final Champions League spot.
Spurs are currently two points behind the Gunners with five games remaining.