Petr Cech reveals the three best saves of his career

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When you’ve played professional football for as long as Petr Cech has it’s pretty much guaranteed that you’ve got a record book as thick as the Lord of the Rings detailing your various exploits. Well, the Arsenal stopper has now revealed which three saves he considers the best from his entire career. Yes, he’s got plenty to choose from, but a save from a point-black Robbie Keane header in 2004 ranks in at number three, whilst his reaction stop from Christian Benteke earlier on this season is number two. However, it’s his Champions League final penalty stop from Arjen Robben in 2012 that ranks as his favourite. Let us know your favourite Cech save in the comments box provided Meanwhile, Thierry Henry has hailed the form of Mesut Ozil this season, likening the German to Dennis Bergkamp. Henry said fans were right to criticise the playmaker before because he wasn’t performing. With 16 Premier League assists this season, it’s fair to say that’s no longer the case.

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