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5 Best Goalkeepers In Europe

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Goalkeepers are like a mini-god in-between the sticks who protect their team from enemies on the pitch.

In that regard there are lot of quality, reliable and top-notch goalkeepers in Europe who can be trusted, to win their teams several points every season and also safe them when in trouble on the pitch.

Since the start of the 2022-23 campaign we’ve witnessed some amazing display from some goalies across Europe’s top-flight leagues, who can be said to be the finest short-stoppers among the rest.

So here on Naijnaira, we’ve ranked our top 5 Best goalies, putting into consideration their respective performances, consistency and form for their clubs this season.

(5) Nick Pope – (England & Newcastle United)

Nike Pope’s remarkable form in-between the sticks is one of the reasons why the Magpies are set for another opportunity in European football next season.

The England international presence in Eddie Howe’s side has help the team navigate difficult opponents in the Premier League, with his show of brilliance and consistency in goal.

In total Pope has conceded 19 goals and registered 16 clean-sheets in 30 appearances for the Magpies this season, an amazing records that gives credence to his commendable display for his team.

(4) Mike Maignan – (France & AC Milan)

Mike Maignan can easily be regarded as the best goalkeeper in the world presently considering the impressive form the French-man is in-between the sticks for the Rossoneri both in the league and Champions League.

The former Lille short-stopper has not only made some miraculous saves this season, he has also kept 5 clean-sheets in 14-Serie A games and 3 in the Champions League for AC Milan.

Though he endured a torrid time at the beginning of the campaign due to injury, but he’s been able to turn the corner by cementing his status as Les Bleus first-choice in-between the sticks during the international break.

(3) Alex Meret – (Italy & S.S Napoli)

Napoli’s goalkeeper, Alex Meret, is without mincing word one of the finest goalies in Europe presently, putting into consideration his form, consistency and performance for the Partenopei.

This season Meret has conceded only 25 goals and registered 16 clean-sheets in 34 appearances for Napoli. His form for Serie A table-topper has also helped him kept 12 clean-sheets.

With Napoli on course to win the league this season, Meret consistency and solidity in-between the sticks will be key as the season reaches it’s final stretch in Italy.

(2) Thibaut Courtois – (Belgium & Real Madrid)

Courtois has been in imperious form for Los Blancos this season both in the league and Champions League, playing a key role in Real Madrid’s triumph against Chelsea on Tuesday.

The Belgium goalkeeper has once again shown why remain one of the best goalie in world football presently, following his commendable display against Chelsea in their second-leg Champions League quarter-final fixture.

The former Chelsea goalie may not help Real Madrid to LaLiga success this season with arc-rival Barcelona topping the table with 11-points, however, his very much on course to help Los Blancos to their 15th UEFA Champions League success this season.

(1) Marc-Andre ter Stegen – (Germany & Barcelona)

Remarkable, amazing, phenomenal are the right adjectives deserving of describing Marc-Andre ter Stegen form and consistency this season in-between the sticks for Barcelona.

Ter Stegen has only conceded 25 goals and registered 21 clean-sheets in 36 appearances for the Blaugrana with a total of 19 clean-sheets in LaLiga this season.

His outstanding performance in-between the sticks has been one of the reasons Barcelona are topping the table, ahead of arc-rival Real Madrid who could vacate their LaLiga crown to Los Blancos this season.

Honorable Mention:

Aaron Ramsdale (England & Arsenal)

David de Gea (Spain & Manchester United)

Alisson Becker (Brazil & Liverpool)

Ederson Morais – (Brazil & Manchester City)

Jan Oblak – (Slovenia – Atletico Madrid)


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