Video: Blind Paralympian guide's hilarious John Terry jibe live on TV

Chelsea's John Terry lines up before the match

Chelsea captain John Terry was the butt of the joke when he was mocked live on TV by a blind Team GB sprinter's guide.

Chelsea's John Terry lines up before the matchButt of the joke: Chelsea skipper John Terry

Libby Clegg stormed to gold in the T11 100m with her guide Chris Clarke on a memorable night for Team GB at the Paralympic Games in Rio yesterday evening.

But it was her good-humoured guide Clarke who stole the show in the post race interview with Channel 4.

Being questioned live Libby said: "It's not really hit me just yet. I'm over the moon - we ran a similar time in the semi.

"Almost being disqualified in the semis - these things happen. You have to get on with it and hope for the best.

"Chris has been fantastic. I had a change of guides in November and we started together in February."

 

Picture Supplied by Action ImagesTeam GB golden girl Libby Clegg and her guide Chris Clarke

Then Clarke chipped in with a golden quote of his own as he mocked Blues legend Terry - who is famous for getting in on trophy celebrations despite not having played in finals - a moment which is sure to tickle fans of Chelsea's rivals.

"She's done all the work... and I'm just here like John Terry," Clarke said on Channel 4 before bursting into laughter along with the millions watching.

Chelsea's John Terry celebrates with the trophy after winning the 2012 UEFA Champions LeagueChelsea's John Terry celebrates with the Champions League trophy in his full kit

Terry has a earned a reputation for stealing the limelight and even dressing in full kit to get in photos following Chelsea triumphs.

The most notable came after he was sent off for foolishly kneeing Alexis Sánchez - now of Chelsea's London rivals Arsenal - in the back during a Champions League semi-final match at Barcelona in 2012.

It gave his side a mountain to climb but somehow climb it they did and it also meant he missed the final in Munich.

Chelsea's John Terry celebrates after winning the 2012 UEFA Champions LeagueTerry is a something of a Marmite figure in the game

That did not stop the Marmite figure getting in on the trophy celebrations, though, as he stripped off at the final whistle to reveal a full Chelsea kit despite being banned and ensured he was in all the pictures of the historic moment.

Whatever you thought of Terry for doing it, Clarke's brutal sense of humour while carrying out such a noble role alongside Libby made for what is sure to go down as one of the most memorable moments of the Paralympics.

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