Peter Bonetti is also the champion of the world, although not spent a single match in 1966.

The former goalkeeper of Chelsea and the national team of England Peter Bonetti died as a result of prolonged unnamed disease, according to the official website of “blue”.

“Everyone at Chelsea deeply saddened by this news. Our former goalkeeper struggled with the disease. We sincerely condole with the family of Peter and his friends.

We remember how he defended the gates and made fantastic saves in the FA Cup final in 1970, being injured”.

Bonetti has played for the London club 729 matches, second in team history, the more he played only Ron Harris – 795 matches.

Peter won for the Blues three trophies: the FA Cup, the football League Cup and Cup winners ‘ Cup. In addition, he became world champion in 1966. However, he is not known for a number of trophies, and his game. Experts note his reaction, dedication and incredible throws with one hand.

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