David de Gea, goalkeeper for Manchester United, is the goalkeeper who saves shots who are likely to score the most goals if counting teams from Europe’s top five leagues, with Wolves goalkeeper Jose Sa. 2nd place
Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has averaged +7.6 for the most supposed goals in Europe’s top five leagues this season. The team has averaged 7.6 fewer goals than they should have.
Over the past few months, De Gea has returned to such good form that he has been able to help the team many times. Unlike a period in which the form fell until he was heavily reprimanded and lost his original position for Dean Henderson, the British defenseman. Like the last game in which Manchester United drew 1-1 with Newcastle United, he had a beautiful shot save. Until making the team still have points in hand
No. 2 on the chart is Wolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper Jose Sa, after his number in this field is +6.7 with goalkeeper Manuel Riemann Bo. Khum followed in 3rd place with +6.4 performance.
The average defensive stroke should be the goal. Is a statistic that only counts saves in the moment that it looks like a high goal which will be viewed from many factors such as the direction of the shot or area from shooting such as swiping at the stroke of being shot at a distance that can burn hair, etc.
Goalkeepers who make the most likely saves in the top 10 of the big 5 European leagues.
1. David de Gea (Manchester United) +7.6
2. Jose Sa (Wolves) +6.7
3. Manuel Riemann (Bochum) +5.4
4. Stole Dimitrivski (Rayo Vallecano) +5.9
5. Mathiyas Dituro (Celta Vigo) +4.5
6. Luis Maximiano (Granada) +4.0
7. Mark Flecken (Freiburg) +3.9
8. Mike Mennon (AC Milan) +3.1
9. Jasper Cillessen (Valencia) +3.0
10. Walter Benitez (Nice) +2.3
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