Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech enjoyed a landmark cleansheet in victory at Hull City.

Cech moved into the record books with his clean sheet - a 209th shutout for the club, taking him into new territory and ahead of Peter Bonetti.

Despite that the Czech international is more focused on collective success than personal landmarks.

'The most important thing is that we keep winning games and winning trophies," he told BT Sport.

"We want to win the league if we can and hopefully clean sheets will help us achieve our targets. This is the most pleasing thing about winning a very important game."