JOHN TERRY went from hero to zero tonight as he scored on one of his final Chelsea matches – then gifted Watford two minutes later.
The Blues captain – who is leaving Stamford Bridge at the end of the season – netted in the 22nd minute from a corner to send the crowd into captures.
Just two minutes later, the 36-year-old tried to head a ball back to Asmir Begovic, but miss-judged it and handed Etienne Capoue an equaliser.
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The Chelsea hero looked devestated at giving away the goal, as he celebrates winning another Premier League title.
Social media users mocked the contreversial ex-England star following the mess-up.
One user said: "John Terry has just done the double, a goal and an assist within a couple of minutes."
Another added: "The emotions of football just shown in the space of 2 minutes courtesy of John Terry."
And one joked: "JT with the funniest two minutes of football I've ever seen. Not a great end to one of his last matches haha."
One said: "That was brilliant. Terry has made a right c***-up."
Terry could now make his Stamford Bridge farewell against Sunderland on Sunday and said: “Tonight was tough — next week I’m going to be in bits.
“It’s a dream ending for me, to have the chance to celebrate my fifth Premier League title at the end of my last season as a Chelsea player.”
Terry had the Bridge faithful celebrating his goal in his first league start since last September but then gifted Watford an equaliser 35 seconds later.
Ex-international pal Jamie Carragher said: “It was written in the stars. He’s the top scorer in the Prem for a defender with 41. It’s typical John Terry. You can see his reaction, the emotion.
“This might be his last start, he may be in the Cup final team next week. He’s been emotional as he knows it is such a big night.”
As for JT’s cock-up, Carragher’s Sky Sports side-kick Gary Neville said: “Was he still thinking about the goal? I don’t know but you can get carried away.”
Luckily for Terry, Cesar Azpilicueta, Michy Batshuayi and Cesc Fabregas scored to get him out of jail.
After an explosive night, fittingly enough fireworks and streamers greeted the final whistle.
And ex-England skipper Terry added: “With the FA Cup final still to come it could turn out to be one of the greatest seasons in the club’s history.
“If I could have written my story as a 14-year-old, when I signed on the pitch, this would have been it.”