JOHN TERRY had Rory McIlroy and Jamie and Harry Redknapp in stitches by rocking a full 2012 Chelsea kit on a new Sky show.
The father and son pair are hosting a new entertainment programme called Redknapp’s Home Fixture and the Blues icon was one of the first guests.
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The West Londoners overcame Bayern Munich on penalties after Roberto Di Matteo’s side drew 1-1 in normal time.
Didier Drogba’s 88th minute strike cancelled out Thomas Muller’s apparent winner in the 83rd and no breakthrough came in extra-time.
But despite the widespread mockery, eight years later, Terry showed he is able to laugh at the incident.
The former England international was taking part in a golf challenge with McIlroy where he was supposed to chip a golf ball into his trophies.
Terry had replicas of all his major gongs lined up in his garden including the European Cup in question.
But the main attraction was yet to come.
As the gag became clear, both Redknapps, fellow host Tom Davis and McIlroy were seen in fits of laughter.
And Terry even had shinpads and a captain’s armband on.
The show is intended to bring a bit of light-hearted sporting relief to fans during the football blackout and father and son said they were thrilled with the opportunity.
Jamie said: “We’re all missing sport a huge amount so I’m so pleased to have been able to team up with my Dad and Tom Davis to bring a bit of sporting chit chat back to Sky at this time.”
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“I, like the rest of the country, need some sport back in my life so hopefully this will bring some joy to those missing it too.”
The second episode, featuring Terry and McIlroy, airs at 10pm on Friday.