Frank Lampard's Stamford Bridge return didn't exactly go to plan.
The Chelsea boss took charge of his first game back at the stadium against Leicester City on Sunday afternoon.
His side got off to a great start when Mason Mount robbed Wilfred Ndidi and finished past Kasper Schmeichel.
However, the Blues couldn't hold on.
Ndidi atoned for his error in the second half when he powered home a corner from James Maddison.
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There were no further goals as the game finished all square.
One man that would have been disappointed with the result is John Terry.
The Chelsea legend, who currently works as assistant manager at Aston Villa, was present for the game as he cheered on his former team.
He posted an image on Instagram of him posing at the ground.
His attire quickly became a topic of conversation.
Terry made the choice to wear a beige flat cap, cardigan and polo shirt.
And in an amusing post, Twitter user @Thomas_Strain questioned why he decided to dress up like 'Chubbs Peterson' from Happy Gilmore.
That is gold. We're assuming that Terry didn't try to dress up like Carl Weathers' character, but the resemblance is uncanny.
Chubbs can be regarded as one of the best characters ever to appear in a sports film.
He had many iconic lines, including telling Happy Gilmore 'it's all in the hips' while trying to give him tips on how to drive the ball.
He also had his hand bitten off by an alligator while in competition.
Many others thought that the former Chelsea star looked like a character from Peaky Blinders.
But we very much prefer the comparison to Chubbs.News Now - Sport News