Arsenal shot stopper Petr Cech reveals favorite save of his career

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– Petr Cech reveals his proudest save came with Chelsea back in 2012 

– The save came in the Champions League final against Bayern Munich 

– After 11 years at Chelsea, Cech joined Arsenal in 2015 for £10m

Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech has revealed that his favourite save ever came in extra time of the 2012 Champions League final during his time at Chelsea against Bayern Munich.

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Czech Republic and Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech

The former Czech republic goalie saved Arjen Robben’s penalty in the second half of extra time with the scores tied at 1 – 1 as Chelsea went on to win the final on penalties.

The veteran goalkeeper was this week awarded with the Guinness World Record for the most Premier League clean-sheets of any goalkeeper to grace the English top-flight, 181 from 373 total starts in the Premier League.

“Obviously if you face a penalty in the Champions League final, in extra time, you know if you concede then it’s all over,” the keeper said while receiving his award.

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He added: “You know your dream to win the Champions League is all gone, I have to take this penalty save.

“It’s one of those saves you will always remember.”

The shot-stopper spent 11 years  at Stamford Bridge with Chelsea before a move to North-London with Arsenal in the summer of 2015 for £10m.

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