Goalkeepers With Most Clean Sheets Per Year

Goalkeepers With Most Clean Sheets Per Year
Goalkeepers With Most Clean Sheets Per Year

Here are the goalkeepers with most clean sheets per year

Can you name the goalkeeper with most clean sheets in the last decade? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for some of the best goalkeepers in the world, that is, their all-time performing stats.

This article will tell you about the goalkeepers with most clean sheets per year (last decade).

Most Clean Sheets Per Year

  • Julio Cesar – 2010
  • Victor Valdes – 2011
  • Manuel Neuer – 2012
  • Manuel Neuer – 2013
  • Thibaut Courtois – 2014
  • Manuel Neuer – 2015
  • Manuel Neuer – 2016
  • Ter Stegen – 2017
  • Alisson – 2018
  • Ederson – 2019
  • Jan Oblak – 2020
  • Yassine Bounou – 2021

Manuel Neuer has kept most clean sheets in the last decade, having kept a total of 4 to his name. He is arguably the greatest goalkeeper in football history.

Also Read: Top 10 Goalkeepers With Most Clean Sheets In History

On the other side, Victor Valdes is one of the most underrated goalkeepers of all time. He helped Barcelona a lot during his long stint for the club, not to mention three UEFA Champions League titles.

In a recent incident, Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson has revealed how he could have easily ended up an Inter player himself before he finally signed with AS Roma.

“Inter created various situations, but we were good at neutralizing every shot or cross they took. Then we took advantage of the opportunities we had.

“It was certainly a difficult match and the draw would have been fairer. Inter played a great game, the scoring we produced was cleaner and we put it in, which is the thing.

“In any case we have to be careful about the return to Anfield, Inter are a team full of strong players, they will come to Liverpool to fight.

“Am I close to Inter? Yes, that’s right, I was also talking to my agent about it tonight. I was 17, but it eventually faded. In any case, I am delighted with the path I have made, always come on Rome!”