Not the clean sheet, see the record Chelsea keeper Eduoard Mendy created in EPL's history.
By MeetFab | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 8833 views
Chelsea has Really improved since the appointment of Thomas Tuchel, they kept 3 clean sheets in 4 games under the German and won 3 of those 4 games as well.
Chelsea signed Senegalese goalkeeper Edouard Mendy from French side Stade Rennes during the summer transfer deadline for 22million. Since coming in, he kept 7 clean sheets in his first 8 games including games in the UEFA champions league, but now has 10 EPL clean sheets in total for the blues.
Edouard Mendy has really been impressive for the blues and now he has created yet another record in premier league's history.
He didn't concede a goal from opposition in 409 minutes of open play since the arrival of former PSG manager Thomas Tuchel. He kept a clean sheet against wolves, Burnley and Tottenham Hostpurs only to concede on Sunday after his teammate Antonio Rudiger scored an own goal against Sheffield United.
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