Cech hits back at critics and insists: I've only had two poor games for Chelsea

27 April 2009 11:19
Goalkeeper Petr Cech has defended his drop in form for Chelsea and put his recent mistakes down to a long and tiring season.[LNB]The Czech Republic international has made 47 appearances for the Blues this term and claims he has two poor games for the club.[LNB]Cech came under fire for his displays against Bolton in the Barclays Premier League and Liverpool in the Champions League but insists he is not having sleepless nights over it.[LNB][LNB] At full stretch: Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech saves Mark Noble's penalty[LNB]And Cech, who saved Mark Noble's penalty in Chelsea's 1-0 win over West Ham on Saturday, said: 'Sometimes when you play 40 games with good performances and have two bad games, that can happen. It was nothing dramatic for me. I have been working well and I knew Ihad been doing things right, it just wasn't happening in the games.[LNB]On the ball again: Cech back to his best[LNB]'Since then we have qualified for the final of the FA Cup and we kept a clean sheet against Everton, so I can be happy again.'Cech, meanwhile, is still confident Chelsea will win some silverware this season.'We have had a good two weeks,' said Cech. 'We qualified for theChampions League semi-final and we qualified for the final of the FACup, so we are going there with a positive mood and of course it willbe a big task, but we are ready for the challenge.'[LNB] West Ham 0 Chelsea 1: Things are OK but they might get a bit Messi, fears Blues skipper TerryTerry outrage: Chelsea skipper slams vile chants but admits: I riled Hammers fansCHELSEA FC

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