Czech Chelsea keeper Petr Cech makes awful blunder to gift Morten Gamst Pedersen a late equaliser
Petr Cech has been one of the most reliable goalkeepers in World Football since joining Chelsea in 2004.
With Thibaut Courtois possible competition at Stamford Bridge next season, every Cech mistake will be highly scrutinised.
Playing for the Czech Republic this evening Petr Cech made an awful mistake, somehow letting in a long range Morten Gamst Pedersen strike.
The 88th minute blunder cost his side a win, with the goal making it Czech Republic 2 – Norway 2.
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