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Checkout The Greatest Goal Keepers In The History Of The Premier League

The Premier League is recognised as the most popular and most recognised football league in the world. It is also known as the toughest league in the world. Anybody who can thrive in the Premier League can survive any where else. We have witnessed many legendary shot stoppers in the Premier League, with amazing clean sheet records. These are the greatest goal keepers in the history of the Premier League.

10. Shay Given:

He made his highest appearances with Newcastle United. He played 451 matches in the Premier League and has a record of 113 clean sheets.

9. Pepe Reina:

He is the first goal keeper to win the Premier League golden globe award three times in a row. He had 297 appearances in the Premier League and 136 clean sheets.

8. David James:

Until Petr Cech broke it, David James held the record for most Premier League clean sheets. He made 572 and had 169 clean sheets.

7. Mark Schwarzer:

Out of 514 appearances in the Premier League, Mark Schwarzer had a record of 151 clean sheets.

6. David de Gea:

Currently playing for Manchester United, he has a record of 123 clean sheets in 345 matches.

5. Nigel Martyn:

He became the first million-dollar goal keeper in history. He made 372 appearances in the Premier League and had 137 clean sheets.

4. Edwin Van Der Sar:

He made 313 appearances in the Premier League and had a record of 132 clean sheets.

3. David Seaman:

He had 344 appearances in the Premier League and had 141 clean sheets.

2. Petr Cech:

He made 442 appearances in the Premier League and had 202 clean sheets. He is the only goal keeper in the Premier League history to have more than 200 clean sheets.

1. Peter Schmeichel:

He made 310 appearances in the Premier League and had 128 clean sheets.


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