Former Chelsea and Arsenal goalkeeper, who is currently serving as a technical adviser with the Blues but also playing in the Guildford Phoenix ice hockey team has won the Man of the Match for saving a penalty.
Petr Cech led the Guildford Phoenix to a shoot-out victory on his ice hockey debut.
The former Chelsea and Arsenal goalkeeper – now a technical adviser with the Blues – saved two efforts in the shoot-out as his side beat Swindon Wildcats’ second-string 3-2 at the Guildford Spectrum.
Cech, who played the sport as a youngster in the Czech Republic, joined the fourth-tier ice hockey team earlier in the week.
His side took the lead through Jacob Rondeau-Smith early in the second period but trailed 2-1 heading into the third.
An equaliser from Taylor Wootton took the game into overtime, which ended goalless and forced a shoot-out, DailyMail reported.
Cech saved Swindon’s first and last efforts to secure his side the victory and was named his side’s man of the match.
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