Former Chelsea and England goalkeeper Peter Bonetti has died aged 78, his former club have announced.
Bonetti made 729 appearances for the Blues, keeping 208 clean sheets, from 1960 to 1975, with a second spell following from 1977 to 1979.
Chelsea said in a statement: "Our former goalkeeper had been suffering from long-term illness. All at Chelsea wish to send our heartfelt and deepest condolences to Peter's family and friends."
Bonetti was nicknamed 'The Cat' for his outstanding reflexes and agility.
He made his Chelsea debut as an 18-year-old, keeping a first clean sheet in March 1960.
His shutout record was surpassed by Petr Cech in 2014 while only Ron Harris has made more appearances for the Blues (795).
One of Chelsea Football Club's greatest ever players.— Chelsea FC - #StayHomeSaveLives (@ChelseaFC) April 12, 2020
Rest in peace, Peter 'the Cat' Bonetti. 💙 pic.twitter.com/OM48Dq2BXW
Harris and Bonetti were long-time team-mates, as was Bobby Tambling, who scored 202 Blues goals, a record only beaten by Frank Lampard in May 2013.
His Chelsea spells were punctuated by a brief stint in the United States with St Louis Stars. He also had spells with Dundee United and Woking.
Bonetti made seven appearances for England and played at the 1970 World Cup. He was in the 1966 World Cup-winning squad, but did not play, belatedly receiving a winners' medal in June 2009.
Bonetti was twice promoted to the First Division with Chelsea, won the 1964-65 League Cup, 1970 FA Cup and the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup in 1971.