Chelsea bench-warmer Petr Cech took some well deserved time out from football to audition for band The Script - but don't worry football fans, it was only in his latest YouTube video.
The goalkeeper's skills on the drums are almost as legendary as his ability between the sticks, and his latest cover of 'For The First Time' is certain to impress.
Cech at Chelsea
The 32-year-old has fallen down the pecking order this season with the arrival of Thibaut Courtois, leading to rumours regarding the Czech's future. Cech has only featured in six Premier League games this term and is being linked with a move to north London rivals Arsenal.
The keeper has won almost every trophy possible with the Blues, with the exception of a Club World Cup. On top of that he has been undisputed number one since his arrival at Stamford Bridge in 2004 from French side Rennes.
Originally the Czech international was supposed to be the understudy to then-starter Carlo Cudicini. However an injury forced the Italian out in pre-season of that year, giving Cech the chance to establish himself at the Blues.
He subsequently quickly impressed at the west London club, setting a new record for minutes without conceding, although that has been beaten since by former Manchester United 'keeper Edwin van der Sar.
In the same season Chelsea only conceded 15 goals, a Premier League record that still stands today. For his 11 years of service, the 32-year-old will be hoping issues regarding his future are resolved as quickly as possible, otherwise a career change might be needed.
Watch Cech's drumming skills here
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