Petr Cech joined Chelsea at the start of the 2004-2005 season and has made over 450 appearances for Chelsea. Petr Cech played an important part in club’s journey to the first Champion’s League trophy. He was outstanding in both legs against Barcelona and saved Robben’s penalty in the extra-time of the final. In the penalty shoot-out, he guessed all 5 penalties and saved 2 of them.
This is the chant that the Chelsea faithful sing for the absolute legend:
You’re gonna score fuck all,
Petr Cech! Petr Cech!
He broke Peter Bonetti’s 208 clean sheets record set in 1979 in 2013-2014 season when he kept his 209th clean sheet against Hull City away. Cech’s achievement becomes even more impressive when you consider that he needed 272 fewer games than Bonetti to equal the record.
— Chelsea FC (@chelseafc) January 11, 2014