The Blues centre-back is forced out of the game towards the end of the first half with suspected knee ligament damage, having earlier given his side the lead with a header
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The clash that led to accidental contact has left the defender with suspected knee ligament damage on what was his first game back from a four-match domestic ban after being found guilty of racially abusing QPR defender Anton Ferdinand back in October 2011 by the Football Association.
Terry was replaced by fellow England international Gary Cahill and required extended treatment on the field before being carried off the field and down the tunnel, much to the concern of his boss Roberto Di Matteo.
The incident prompted the addition of five minutes of stoppage time to the end of the first half.