Petr Cech led the Guildford Phoenix to a shoot-out victory on his ice hockey debut.
Cech, who played the sport as a youngster in the Czech Republic, joined the fourth-tier ice hockey team earlier in the week.
Petr Cech celebrates following his side’s victory over Swindon Wildcats on Sunday
Cech saved two efforts in the shoot-out as his side beat Swindon Wildcats’ second string
The goalkeeper is congratulated by his team-mates after helping lead his side to victory
His side took the lead through Jacob Rondeau-Smith early in the second period but trailed 2-1 heading into the third.
An equaliser from Taylor Wootton took the game into overtime, which ended goalless and forced a shoot-out.
Cech saved Swindon’s first and last efforts to secure his side the victory and was named his side’s man of the match.
Cech was making his debut after joining the fourth-tier ice hockey team earlier in the week
The 37-year-old saved Swindon’s first and last efforts to secure his side the victory
The former Chelsea and Arsenal stopper was named his side’s man of the match