David De Gea’s All Time Premier League Stats

David De Gea
David De Gea

Here are David De Gea’s all-time stats in the Premier League

David De Gea is one of the biggest reasons that Manchester Untied didn’t get into the relegation zone as they are no more the same team they used to be a few years back. They are officially out of the top four after suffering a brutal 0-4 defeat to Brighton.

This article will tell you about David De Gea’s all-time stats in the Premier League.

All-Time Stats

Goalkeeping

  • Saves – 1054
  • Penalties Saved – 4
  • Punches – 122
  • High Claims – 195
  • Catches – 114
  • Sweeper Clearances – 100
  • Throw Outs – 1421
  • Goal Kicks – 2195

Defence

  • Clean Sheets – 130
  • Goals Conceded – 402
  • Errors leading to goals – 15
  • Own Goals – 1

Discipline

  • Yellow Cards – 6
  • Red Cards – 0
  • Fouls – 1

Team Play

  • Goals – 0
  • Assists – 0
  • Passes – 8261
  • Passes Per Match – 21.97
  • Accurate Long Balls – 2139

Individual

  • Appearances – 376
  • Clean Sheets – 130
  • Wins – 202
  • Loses – 81

David De Gea and Cristiano Ronaldo are literally carrying United this season. Ronaldo is the top goalscorer for the club and the third highest goalscorer in the Premier League this season.

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If it weren’t De Gea blocking all those powerful shots and Ronaldo scoring at the front, the Red Devils would have been struggling to qualify for even the UEFA Europa League. Not that they were the only two who assisted the team but the other players also needs to give their best.

#ClubPWDLFAGDPoints
1 Manchester United 1,1517032571912,1851,0651,1202,366
2Arsenal FC 1,1496182842472,0121,1428702,138
3Chelsea FC 1,1496162832501,9671,1238442,131
4Liverpool FC 1,1496062822612,0141,1448702,100
5Tottenham Hotspur 1,1494992813691,7361,4382981,778
6Manchester City 9594712092791,6481,0635851,622
7Everton FC 1,1484173194121,4851,471141,570
8Newcastle United 1,0323802643881,3731,416-431,404
9Aston Villa 1,0343542943861,2601,346-861,356
10West Ham United 9943352524071,2321,424-1921,257
11Southampton FC 8842742413691,0761,276-2001,063
12Blackburn Rovers 69626218425092790720970
13Leeds United 54121514018674270141785
14Leicester City 608206159243807865-58777
15Middlesbrough FC 574165169240648794-146664
16Fulham FC 570162154254631831-200640
17Sunderland AFC 608153159296612904-292618
18Bolton Wanderers 494149128217575745-170575
19Crystal Palace 499144128227543722-179560
20West Bromwich Albion 494117139238510772-262490

This could be Manchester United’s worst season ever in their own history. They are currently sitting on 6th position and are eligible to play in the UEL next season.

According to the sources, United players will get a 25% wage cut as they failed to qualify for the 2022/23 UEFA Champions League. Ronaldo will eventually be paid 288K euros weekly.