John Terry has taken to social media to congratulate Harry Maguire on overtaking him as England's highest-scoring centre-back.
The Manchester United captain scored England's opening goal in their 10-0 win over San Marino on Monday to surpass Terry's record of six international goals.
As a result, Maguire helped The Three Lions book their place in the 2022 World Cup and register his second goal in as many games after he scored against Albania last Friday.
John Terry has taken to social media to congratulate Harry Maguire (middle) on overtaking him as England's highest scoring centre-back
Terry (above) scored six international goals for England and Maguire has now scored seven
Terry also took the opportunity to shutdown the Manchester United defender's biggest critic, Roy Keane.
Keane branded Harry Maguire's celebration against Albania last week as 'embarrassing'. The TV pundit said at half-time on ITV: 'He puts his hand to his ear. He's like shutting the critics up but I think that's embarrassing.
'He's been a disgrace the past few months for Manchester United. He thinks he scores there, he's going to shut his critics up. Embarrassing.'