Cech crashes car after conceding four goals against Liverpool

Petr Cech

Arsenal goalkeeper, Petr Cech, crashed his car as he attempted to leave the Emirates on Sunday evening after the Gunners were beaten 4-3 in an opening day thriller against Liverpool.

Philipe Coutinho’s double coupled with strikes from Sadio Mane and Adam Lallana saw the Reds overcome the Gunners at the Emirates Stadium.

Cech, 34, who captained his side on the day could do little to help the floodgates of goals but could have done better at driving home after the game.

Leaving the Emirates, the former Rennes man’s day went from bad to worse after crashing his car into a bollard in the Arsenal car park.

The car looked pretty wrecked but fortunately the former Czech Republic keeper walked away unharmed.

Cech had told Sky Sports shortly after Sunday’s game: “You don’t want to lose games. As a player we understand the supporters came with the ambition to win the first game of the season.

“You have to take the result on the chin. We played well for 60 minutes. We were not good enough for 30 minutes.”

Cech joined Arsenal in the summer of 2015 after 11 successful years at Chelsea where he won four Premier Leagues and FA Cups, three League Cups, two Community Shields and one Champions League and Europa League each.