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Who are the goalkeepers with the most clean-sheets in Europe’s top-flight leagues this season?
Goalkeepers are known to protect their team from conceding in a game, in that regard it is safe to say they are protectors or a shield who protect their team from danger.
While most of the talking points in a game is often about goal-scorers, so as the 2022-23 campaign is nearing it’s end across the top 5 leagues in Europe let celebrate the superb work the men in between the sticks has done.
So here the goalkeepers with the most clean-sheets in Europe.
Wojciech Szczesny – (Juventus, 14 Clean-sheets)
It’s not easy to replace a legend like Gianluigi Buffon, but Szczesny has no problem doing just that in between the sticks for the Bianconeri since he replaced the legendary shot-stopper as Juventus’ number one.
This season in Serie A Juventus have shown they have one of the best defense in the league having only conceded fewer goals with 3-games to go.
While it is a great achievement that the Bianconeri have only conceded 28-goals, it must be said that their number one goalkeeper Szczesny has been key to whatever the Old Lady achieved this season with his 14 clean-sheets and a 87.5 percentage save.
Alex Meret – (Napoli, 15 Clean-sheets)
With a total of 15 clean-sheets in 35 Serie A games this season, Alex Meret has been able to helped the Partenopai secured the Scudetto for the first time in 33-years.
Meret hasn’t only shown is one of the best in Serie A this season, he’s also shown is one of the finest in the Champions League when he kept a penalty against AC Milan in the quarter-final.
While Serie A season is nearing it’s end, the Italian goalkeeper could still go on to win the golden glove as the best shot-stopper with the most clean-sheets if he keeps racking up the clean-sheets.
David de Gea – (Manchester United, 16 Clean-sheets)
De Gea winning the “Golden Glove” award for the Premier League 2022-23 season is a testament to how brilliant he has been for United throughout this season, despite been one of the most maligned goalkeeper in England this season.
It’s been a turbulent season for the 32-year-old who’s future has been thrown into doubt in recent weeks ahead of the fast-approaching summer transfer window, but he was able to stand-tall among the rest this season.
Recently he surpassed club legend Peter Schmeichel record, but with the Spaniard 16-cleansheets in the league he’s become the best Manchester United goalkeeper with the most clean-sheets.
Ivan Provedel – (Lazio, 19 Clean-sheets)
If we were to count the date since Ivan Provedel joined Lazio, you will realized it’s not even up to one year since he joined the Biancocelesti from Spezia in a deal worth €2million.
With 3-games still to go in Serie A Provedel has now kept the most clean-sheets in a single season for Lazio, breaking the record set by legendary shot-stoppers Angelo Peruzzi, Tommaso Berni and Marco Ballotta in the 2006-07 season with 18.
The Italian goalie was so good in between the sticks for Lazio that he broke the historic record of Idilio Cei, set in the 1963-64 season and Felipe Pulici in the 1972-73 and 1973-74.
Marc-Andre ter Stegen – (Barcelona, 25 Clean-sheets)
Marc-Andre ter Stegen has proven beyond any doubt this season that is the best goalkeeper in LaLiga, having kept 25-cleansheets in the Spanish top division this season.
The German goalkeeper has only conceded the best average goal per game in the whole of Europe’s top-flight leagues with 0.33 goal per game.
His superb performance this season is the reason why the Blaugrana are crowned Champions of LaLiga following their 4-2 derby victory against Espanyol last weekend.
Yehvan Diouf – (Stade de Reims, 14 Clean-sheets)
Brice Samba – (RC Lens, 14 Clean-sheets)
Alex Remiro – (Real Sociedad, 14 Clean-sheets)
Nick Pope – (Newcastle United, 13 Clean-sheets)
Rui Patricio – (AS Roma, 13 Clean-sheets)
This article was updated 3 months ago