Football's Petr Čech reached a major milestone on Sunday becoming the first goalkeeper in Premier League history to keep 200 clean sheets.
Thirty-eight of those were with current club Arsenal and 162 were with Chelsea. On Sunday, Arsenal beat Watford 3:0. In the match, Čech saved a spot kick by Troy Deeney - his first saved penalty in the top flight since 2011, sources reported.
Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger had praise for the goalkeeper, calling the record "absolutely remarkable".
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