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Top 5 Goalkeepers with the Most Clean Sheets in ISL

Being a goalkeeper is a tough job because how much you save goals, people always remember the ones you conceded” Iker Casillas once said. It is quite true, that goalkeepers do more than they are credited. The same goes with ISL goalkeepers. And we at The SportsLite bring the Top 5 Goalkeepers with the Most Clean Sheets in ISL.

Goalkeepers with the Most Clean Sheets in ISL

5. Rehenesh TP – 81 matches, 23 clean sheets

The 28-year-old Jamshedpur FC goalkeeper has been one of the best in the league for the past few years. 2021’s first clean-sheet for the custodian was the draw against Hyderabad FC on 24th January. This season, he already has two under his belt. He has quite incredible stats with 81 matches, 23 clean sheets. With an average ratio of 0.28, he is one of the best in the penalty box.

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4. Subrata Pal – 95 matches, 28 clean sheets

Subrata Pal has been one of the most prominent goalkeepers in the ISL season. He was drafted by ISL club Mumbai City FC during the 2014 edition of the league and was the first choice ‘keeper for his team until 2015, appearing 26 times in the league format. Subrata’s performance was notable but not enough to help his team into the semi-finals.

3. Amrinder Singh – 95 matches, 29 clean sheets

Amrinder Singh was a member of the title-winning Mumbai City FC before joining ATK Mohun Bagan in Kolkata. Despite having the same number of clean sheets (10) as Arindam Bhattacharya throughout the season, he nearly missed out on the Golden Glove. With 29 clean sheets in 95 matches, he keeps an average of 0.31. One of ISL’s best goalkeepers. He is a tough keeper to beat for strikers.

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2. Arindam Bhattacharya – 79 matches, 29 clean sheets

The SC East Bengal skipper had a brilliant 2020-21 season with ATK Mohun Bagan, with whom he won the prestigious Golden Glove. The first half of this year was starkly better than the second for the seasoned custodian. Bhattacharya’s first clean-sheet of the calendar year 2021 came against NorthEast United. The remaining three were registered while he was playing for ATKMB.

1. Gurpreet Singh Sandhu – 77 matches, 29 clean sheets

The Indian national team’s No. 1 comes in at a first place, having registered 29 clean-sheets in 77 matches across all competitions. Gurpreet held his ground against Bangladesh in the World Cup Qualifiers. Mention must be made for clean-sheets against Sri Lanka and Nepal, which led India to their eighth SAFF Championship title. He averages a ratio of 0.38 which is the best among others.

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PlayerMatchesClean SheetsRatioYears
1. Gurpreet Singh Sandhu77290.382017-
2. Arindam Bhattacharya79290.372014-
3. Amrinder Singh95290.312015-
4. Subrata Pal95280.292014-
5. Rehenesh TP81`230.282014-

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