The English Premier League has a reputation for being one of the most competitive football leagues in Europe, and a lot of exciting match fixtures were played during the weekend after the International break. In this article, we will be ranking the top 7 best goalkeepers based on their performances in premier league match-week 4.
Goalkeeper Jose Sa (Wolverhampton wanderers) Jose Sa looks to have perfectly replaced Rui Patricio at Wolverhampton wanderers . The Portuguese shot stopper man has grabbed his opportunity at wolves with both hands and has been proven to be a reliable figure in goal for his side so far this season.
Chelsea goal keeper Edouard Mendy has continued to prove that he is one of the best goalkeepers in the world as he tops the list of Premier League's most saves. In his four last matches he has managed to concede only once which was against Liverpool and has kept clean sheets in his remaining three matches, despite being loaded with shots almost every game.
Manchester United started their premeir league campaign excellently against Leeds United at Old Trafford in the opening week of the season, when they scored five goals in a comfortable victory. Manchester United played out a 1:1 draw against Southampton at the St Mary's stadium. The Red Devils travelled to the Molineux stadium to face Wolverhampton Wanderers in the English top flight for the third match of the new premier league campaign.
Wolves Wolves have completed the signing of Olympiacos goalkeeper Jose Sa on a five-year contract. The 28-year-old arrives at Molineux as the replacement for Portugal number one Rui Patricio, who left the club earlier in the week to join Jose Mourinho's Roma. Lukas Nmecha Manchester City are closing on the £11million sale of striker Lukas Nmecha to Bundesliga side Wolfsburg.
Manchester United defeated Wolves 1-0 at Molineux Wolves manager Bruno Lage is dissatisfied with Manchester United's lack of sporting behavior after the Red Devils won all three points at Molineux late in the second half. Mason Greenwood extended his purple patch by firing low under Jose Sa to give United a crucial three points on the road in the Black Country.
THE TEAM NEWS ARSENAL Predicted line-up (4-2-3-1): Leno; Sokratis, Mustafi, David Luiz, Saka; Torreira, Guendouzi; Aubameyang, Willock, Martinelli; Lacazette Unavailable: Tierney (Injured), Chambers (Injured), Cedric (Injured), Kolasinac (Injured) Doubtful: OLYMPIACOS Predicted line-up (4-3-3): Jose Sa; Elabdellaoui, Cisse, Ba, Tsimikas; Guilherme, Camara, Bouchalakis; Masouras, El-Arabi, Valbuena Unavailable: Ruben Semedo (Suspended), Cafu (Ineligible), Christodoulopoulos (Injured), Fortounis (Injured)
Martin Odegaard struck his first goal for Mikel Arteta's men as Arsenal produced a stunning late show to claim a convincing 3-1 win at Olympiacos in the first leg of their UEFA Europa League round of sixteen clash.
Arsenal have one foot in the last-16 of the Europa League after Alexandre Lacazette ended a frustrating night by tucking home a late winner at Olympiacos. The France international ended a nine-game scoring drought off the bench against Newcastle at the weekend and returned to the starting line-up in Piraeus to hit the winner in a 1-0 victory for the Gunners Leno was again on his toes to keep out what would have been an unfortunate David Luiz own goal after the defender diverted a low cross at the firs