PETR CECH could not contain his passion as he celebrated Chelsea’s win at Crystal Palace from the Sky Sports studio.
The Blues legend watched as his former club came from behind at Selhurt Park to win 3-1 with Conor Gallagher leading the fightback.
Gallagher put Chelsea ahead in the 90th minute sparking wild celebrations in the away stands.
Defender Axel Disasi crowdsurfed, while the advertisement board was crushed by the visiting supporters.
And the mayhem spilled over into thestudio, as footage revealed Cech’s jubilant reaction.
It did not go unnoticed by Blues fans, as one reacted: « Please come back, we miss you. »
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Another said: « Petr Cech’s celebration on Conor’s winner. Forever Chelsea. »
One hailed: « Proper Chels!!! »
put Palace 1-0 up on the half hour mark before former Eagles loanee Gallagher levelled after the break.
Gallagher then slotted home to win the game and Enzo Fernandez capped off the win following a counter-attack.
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Cech provided punditry before and after the game where he offered insight into his time at the club as a technical and performance advisor.
The iconic stopper revealed he pushed to have former team-mate Frank Lampard replacein 2019.
He named Lampard and John Terry as two of Chelsea’s most important players ever and said Jose Mourinho was his favourite manager.
Cech also questioned Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino’s tactic to have his keepers sit deep in their box.
He said: “In this position, in my liking, he’s too deep. That’s the philosophy you (the manager) have.
“Generally there are two philosophies in goalkeeping. Whether you want to take a more advanced position for shots, you close the gap, the angle, the goal, but you have less reaction time.
“Or you drop deep on the goal line, therefore you might have a little more time for a save but you open the goal
“Pochettino’s goalkeeper coach has been with him from Tottenham, he has the philosophy of ‘OK you drop back, you always create space’.
“I think it’s the Spanish philosophy. I personally am the other way around. In a lot of situations to closing the angle and having less reaction time but having less space to cover, for me, is the advantage.”