- Arsenal goalie Petr Cech worked as an assistant referee in grassroots football match
- The 36-year-old was in between the stick in the Gunners victory over Newcastle
- The Czech legend was dressed casually as he was called into action as a linesman
Arsenal number one Petr Cech worked as a linesman after helping the Gunners to beat Newcastle at St James' Park earlier in the weekend.
The ex-Czech international shared a picture on his Instagram of him officiating as an assistant referee in a grassroots game.
The 36-year-old appeared to be officiating in a girls' Sunday League clash hours after playing full 90 minutes in the 2-1 win over Rafa Benitez side.
Cech was dressed in a jeans short and a top as he was called into action for the grassroots game that took place on Sunday.
But the former Chelsea goalkeeper seemed to embrace the role as he showed-off a snap of himself signalling a player in an offside position.
Cech simply captioned the picture: "#sundayleague #grassrootsfootball".
Legit.ng had earlier reported that Arsenal coach Unai Emery has insisted that goalkeeper Petr Cech remains his number 1.
The former Chelsea goalie struggled with the ball at his feet against the Premier League champions, but his manager at the Emirates is not perturbed with the 36-year-old.
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