Arsenal were hugely thankful for goalkeeper Petr Cech in the 0-0 draw with Middlesbrough.
The former Chelsea goalkeeper produced a string of excellent saves to keep the newly promoted team at bay. It was a rather surprising performance from the home team at the Emirates stadium. Arsenal came into the game with an opportunity to stretch ahead in the Premier League title race. After Tottenham could only manage a 0-0 draw against newly promoted Bournemouth, Arsenal were eyeing the top spot with a couple of points ahead of the chasing pack.
Arsenal No. 1 Petr Cech insists the club is fine despite early stumbles into the new campaign. Arsenal started on a not-so-good note, losing to Liverpool 4-3 despite going one up first.
They returned to pick a point when they played last season winners Leicester City who beat them to the Premier League title. Arsenal got their first win after their third game against Watford. Watford record signing Roberto Pereyra scored for Watford to see the score line at 3-1 at the end of the encounter.
Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech said that he cannot blame the fans for booing the team after the defeat against Liverpool.
He stated that the fans paid their money to come and watch the game, and it is normal that they voice out their opinion. This is the second time in a row that Arsenal has lost its opening game at home and fans are becoming increasingly restless. Worst of all, the club has only made one signing so far this season and fans fear that there will be a repeat of last season’s performance.
Czech Republic have to overcome the absence of star midfielder Tomas Rosicky in order to book a place in the last 16 of the Euro 2016, according to goalkeeper Petr Cech.
This could be the last major tournament for the former Chelsea goalkeeper and he wants to make the most out of it. After a disastrous start to the tournament, Czech Republic have everything to play for in the final game against Turkey. They narrowly lost the opening game of the tournament to Spain before going on to achieve a 2-2 draw with Croatia in the previous game.
Qualifying for the last 16 of the competition still remains within Czech Republic’s hands, but they are severely handicapped by the absence of former Arsenal midfielderRosicky.
Czech Republic goalkeeper has stated that he was disappointed with the early exit from the Euros.
He said that he did not expect his team to perform poorly in France, and he had hope that they could at least get out of the group stage.
The Czech Republic was drawn in a group comprising of Spain, Croatia and Turkey and finished last in the group. Petr Cech admitted that he knew that it would be hard against Spain and Croatia, but they had hope that they could beat Turkey and make it to the next round. Instead, they find themselves beaten by Turkey by 2-0.
Ex-Chelsea shot stopper, Petr Cech has been named among the best signings for the just ended English Premier League.
The goal keeper was named alongside Manchester United’s Anthony Martial and others, with Leicester City players dominating. Few would have predicted Leicester City players dominating the PFA Team of the Year back in August, but by now it won’t come as much surprise to see a fair few Foxes players in our new signings XI of 2015/2016, having completed their fairly tale season successfully.
Arsenal has once again fell short from their objective of winning the coveted Premier League title which they have not won in over 10 years. Despite not being able to secure the English title, there have been a few standout players in Arsenal that have performed at a high level in this season and PetrCech is one of those.
The 33 year old shot-stopper has kept 15 clean sheets in 33 matches and PetrCech has been voted as the Player of the year from Czech Republic, this is 8th time that the veteran player has secured this individual award, which is more than any other footballer ever.
On his day, Petr Cech is – and has been for quite some time – one of the best goalkeepers in the world.
The Gunners shot stopper, who moved to the Emirates Stadium from rivals Chelsea last summer, has performed admirably this season and looks set to stay at Arsenal for the foreseeable future.
Arsenal’s latest Premier League match saw them sustaining a 1-1 draw against Crystal Palace which is a fairly impressive outcome, especially taking into consideration the fact that Palace are located in the lower section of the Premier League and are at risk of getting relegated.
It was expected that Arsenal was going to claim a victory out of this match but it didn’t happen even though the team of Arsene Wenger had the upper hand from the start of the game till the very end.
With the Gunners Clash against Watford on the horizon, many are asking if Petr Cech and David Ospina will be available for the match.
While currently on international break, Petr Cech has assured his fans that he should be back after the break. It hasn't been easy times for Arsenal as they were handed a really short straw and suffered two different injuries.
Petr Cech, who is named the Czech Republic most popular player for a record eight times in a row has made official confirmation that he will be returning to action right after the international break. Cech is a former Chelsea stopper and while playing against Watford in the quarter finals of the FA Cup, the stopper suffered a serious calf related injury that took him out of commission for a while.