We’ve finally found out how to score past Courtois – put through your own net! Filipe Luis’ blunder at Levante was only the second goal that the Belgian keeper had let in for ten league games, although, like the busses, another strike by Barral followed soon afterwards! Not that that affects his dominant position in the Zamora rankings though, and it is just a matter of time before he wins his second goalkeeping title. His opposite number Keylor Navas didn’t let one in however in a surprise defeat for the leaders, and elsewhere there were another six clean sheets in a nervous run-in to the end of the season, with Iraizoz (Athletic), Sergio Alvarez (Celta), Manu Herrera (Elche), Javi Varas (Sevilla), Jaime (Valladolid) and Sergio Asenjo (Villarreal) all keeping their goals against columns to zero. Sergio Alvarez and Javi Varas were both given run-outs by their respective coaches with their teams already safe, and Diego Alves was back for their European opponents Valencia after a long injury lay-off, his performance helping the Ches to a 2-2 draw in the Bernabeu stadium. (06.05.14)

Zamoras Games played Goals against Difference
Courtois (Atlético) 35 22 -13
Valdés (Barcelona) 25 21 -4
Diego López (Real Madrid) 35 34 -1
Iraizoz (Athletic Bilbao) 32 31 -1
Keylor Navas (Levante) 34 38 +4
Diego Alves (Valencia) 24 29 +5
Asenjo (Villarreal) 35 41 +6
Manu Herrera (Elche) 27 33 +6
Casilla (Espanyol) 35 43 +8
Caballero (Málaga) 36 45 +9
Roberto (Granada) 31 43 +12
Beto (Sevilla) 33 46 +13
Bravo (Real Sociedad) 35 49 +14
Moyà (Getafe) 26 40 +14
Yoel (Celta) 35 52 +17