Former Chelsea and Premier League icon has reacted to Manchester United’s demolition by Manchester City in the 188th Manchester Derby, MySportDab reports.
Taking to his Twitter handle, John Terry said he was extremely happy to watch Manchester City destroy Manchester United at the Etihad yesterday.
Great few days in Qatar 🇶🇦 ⚽️
A joy to watch Man City destroy Utd today, City are to good.
How would you try and stop @ErlingHaaland ? I haven’t seen a player like him ever 👏🏻 pic.twitter.com/eIkwX5YIXq
— John Terry (@JohnTerry26) October 2, 2022
John Terry wrote in a short and sarcastic tone, ” a great few days in Qatar. A joy to watch Manchester City destroy Utd.”
John Terry also commends the super performance by Manchester and their prolific forward, Erling Haaland.
“City is good. Who will stop Eling Haaland? I haven’t seen a player like him ever,” he added.
Meanwhile, John Terry’s comment didn’t sit well with a fan who replied to the former Chelsea legend by attempting to mock what appeared to be a typographical error in his post.
The fan@pakuru wrote, “let me teach you English @JohnTerry26… It’s ” too good, not “to good.”
John Terry replied @pakuru, saying, “sorry about that, but while you were at school learning, I was winning Premier Leagues.”
Manchester City dramatically defeated Manchester United in the 188th Manchester derby yesterday.
Making the headlines yesterday was the unstoppable Manchester City duo – Erling Haaland and Phil Foden, who put the game beyond Manchester United from the first half.
Both players bagged a hat-trick, with Erling Haaland becoming the first Premier League player to score three hat-tricks in three consecutive home games.
Phil Foden also created a record yesterday, becoming the first player to hit 50 goals at 22 under Pep Guardiola, beating the likes of Lionel Messi.
Manchester United scored three in the second half courtesy of Antony’s strike and Martial’s brace.
Still, it was not enough to write off an embarrassing performance by the Red Devils throughout the match.