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Chelsea reserve keeper Rob Green lifts the Europa League trophy on Wednesday evening in Baku

Rob Green emulates John Terry by wearing the full Chelsea kit to lift the Europa League trophy … even though NEVER is played for the club and is not even mentioned as a replacement for the entire season! (And he didn't get a medal)

  • Chelsea defeated Arsenal 4-1 in the Europa League final on Wednesday evening in Baku
  • Rob Green was not mentioned in the Chelsea matchday team, but still lifted the trophy
  • Green, who has never played for Chelsea, wore full gear during the celebrations
  • It was reminiscent of the full-kit exploits of club legend John Terry in Munich in 2012
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Rob Green beat John Terry on Wednesday evening by wearing the full package during the Europa League celebrations of Chelsea in Baku, despite the NEVER being played for the club.

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Former Blues captain Terry wore the full kit when he joined his teammates to lift the Champions League trophy in 2012.

Terry was ridiculed for not participating in Chelsea's victory over Bayern Munich due to the suspension, although he had started eight times on his way to the final.

Chelsea reserve keeper Rob Green lifts the Europa League trophy on Wednesday evening in Baku

Chelsea reserve keeper Rob Green lifts the Europa League trophy on Wednesday evening in Baku

Green's teammates laugh and cheer as the 39-year-old celebrates while dressed in full outfit

Green's teammates laugh and cheer as the 39-year-old celebrates while dressed in full outfit

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Green's teammates laugh and cheer as the 39-year-old celebrates while dressed in full outfit

John Terry notoriously wore his full gear to celebrate Chelsea's victory over Bayern Munich in the Champions League final in 2012 - despite not playing in the game

John Terry notoriously wore his full gear to celebrate Chelsea's victory over Bayern Munich in the Champions League final in 2012 - despite not playing in the game

John Terry notoriously wore his full gear to celebrate Chelsea's victory over Bayern Munich in the Champions League final in 2012 – despite not playing in the game

But Green & # 39; s appearance on the field in Baku on Wednesday night was even more ridiculous because the 39-year-old Chelsea single-representatives had entered friendly games.

The reserve keeper wasn't even called a sub during Chelsea's 15-game Europa League campaign – even in the final when a 12-man bench was allowed on each side.

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Due to Green & # 39; s lack of appearance, he did not receive a winners' medal during the field presentation, but that did not stop him from getting hold of the trophy.

The big celebrations of Green seemed rather tongue-in-cheek and some of his teammates looked amused when he was at the center of the trophy above his head and enthusiastically competed with him.

The former England No 1 joined Chelsea on a free transfer from Huddersfield last summer. He also made no appearance for the Yorkshire club.

Green went to Twitter on Thursday morning to share a picture of himself lifting the Europa League. He accompanied the photo with the eyes and trophy emoji & # 39; s.

Terry wore a winners' medal in 2012 after playing eight games - Green didn't get one this year

Terry wore a winners' medal in 2012 after playing eight games - Green didn't get one this year

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Terry wore a winners' medal in 2012 after playing eight games – Green didn't get one this year

Pictured green in Chelsea training with Kepa Arrizabalaga (left) and Willy Caballero (center)

Pictured green in Chelsea training with Kepa Arrizabalaga (left) and Willy Caballero (center)

Pictured green in Chelsea training with Kepa Arrizabalaga (left) and Willy Caballero (center)

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