Cudicini served as a Chelsea player for ten years from 1999-2009
Carlo Cudicini certainly showed he has still got it when he produced a man-of-the-match display in the Chelsea Legends v Inter Forever charity game in honour of the late Ray Wilkins.
Wilkins, who regularly appeared on talkSPORT, passed away in April after suffering a cardiac arrest days earlier.
Tributes came pouring in for the former Chelsea player and assistant manager at the time and the club organised a charity football match to honour him.
A whole host of football legends played the game at Stamford Bridge on Friday night – which Inter Forever won 4-1 – including the likes of Gianfranco Zola, Gianluca Vialli and Jurgen Klinsmann.
But it was Cudicini who was the game’s best performer even though his team conceded four goals.
The Italian served as a Blues player between 1999-2009 – spending a lot of that time as second fiddle to Petr Cech.
Cudicini now serves as an ambassador/assistant to the first team head coach at the Stamford Bridge club.
However, he arguably put himself in contention to start Chelsea’s FA Cup final against Manchester United on Saturday, a game you can listen to LIVE ON TALKSPORT AT 17:15
The keeper’s performance was so good that the Chelsea Twitter account put up a video of Cudcini making a flurry of saves. Watch the incredible footage below…