Jordi Masip, the fifth goalkeeper who stops the most in the League

Jordi Masip, the fifth goalkeeper who stops the most in the League

The goalkeeper of Real Valladolid, Jordi Masip, Despite the mistake in the game against Valencia, he is the fifth goalkeeper in the League who stops the most with respect to the shots he receives, according to the ProFootballDB database. In this way, according to said platform, the blanquivioleta goal has made 45 saves throughout the season and conceded 15 goals for a total of 60 shots received in 12 games. This means that, in percentage terms, the Pucelano goalkeeper has stopped 75% of the shots he has received.

Only four goalkeepers in the League have a better save ratio. The one with the most success in the League is Cloud, Atlético de Madrid, who made 46 saves of 52 shots received, with 88.5% of saves on the shots he has received. Second best is Bono, from Sevilla, with 40 stops and 80% success, while Ter Stegen, from Barcelona, ​​complete the podium, with 38 arrests and 77.5% of stops compared to the shots suffered. The fourth in this classification is Edgar Badía, from Elche, with 67 shots received and a percentage of 76.13%.

Masip, who spent 281 minutes without conceding a goal, has a better percentage than 15 other goalkeepers in the League including Dmitrovic, Courtois, Domenech or Pacheco, being the starting goalkeeper of the sixth most thrashed team, with 25 goals conceded in 18 games. Only Betis (31), Granada (29), Huesca (28), Celta (28) and Osasuna (27).

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