Petr Cech has earned the nickname “Mr Perfect”from the Czech media but he will be seeking to leave a better impression at Euro 2012 than he did in the previous edition. The 30-year-old Chelsea goalkeeper — who has won 89 caps before their opening Euro 2012 defeat against Russia — is in his fourth major finals. This time round, Cech is brimming with confidence, after he crowned several stunning displays for Chelsea in the Champions League with a matchwinning one in the final. The former Rennes star, who joined Chelsea in 2004 and on Monday signed a new four year contract to keep him at Stamford Bridge, saved Arjen Robben’s extra-time penalty and then two more in the penalty shootout that saw Chelsea emerge victorious. Cech, who enjoyed success with the national side when they won the European U-21 title in 2002 — the same year he won his first senior cap — took a circuitous journey to west London. First he played for Czech minnows Chmel Blsany then domestic giants Sparta Prague before moving in 2002 to unglamorous French outfit Rennes.