Arsenal’s 5-1 defeat to Bayern Munich was the first time Petr Cech has let in five goals since the Gunners’ 5-3 win over Chelsea in 2011.

The goalkeeper is one of the best in the world and doesn’t make a habit of letting in such a huge amount of goals. The fact that he hasn’t done so since 2011 shows how consistent he is at protecting his net.

Despite letting in five, the Czech Republic international was one of our better players and the scoreline could have been a lot worse had he not been between the sticks.

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