The last time we wrote we were still half-expecting to see De Gea in action this weekend, but as most of you know, the failure of the swap deal with Keylor Navas was confirmed, and the Costa Rican number one is therefore staying at the Bernabeu. He isn’t doing so badly either, his third clean sheet in a row the best start by a Real Madrid keeper in 40 years! The goals started to flow though after the short break for international games, and only four other teams managed to keep their goals against columns to zero, Betis (Adán), Eibar (Riesgo), Málaga (Kameni), and Valencia, for whom fourth choice keeper Jaume Domenech was preferred to Yoel after Mat Ryan joined Diego Alves on the injury list. Last season’s “Zamora” Claudio Bravo also picked up an injury, which meant that Ter Stegen finally made his league debut for Barcelona after more than a year at the club. Elsewhere Juan Carlos stepped in for the suspended Toño at Rayo Vallecano, and Raúl Lizoain took over between the sticks for Las Palmas after Javi Varas was sent off early on in the match at Celta. It was not Lizoain’s first appearance in the top flight though, as he already played in the opener as Varas was suspended after being red-carded too in his last game at Valladolid last season! 15.09.15)

Zamoras Games played Goals against Difference
Navas (Real Madrid) 3 0 -3
Kameni (Málaga) 3 1 -2
Rulli (Real Sociedad) 3 1 -2
Cuéllar (Sporting Gijón) 3 1 -2
Oblak (Atlético) 3 2 -1
Lux (Deportivo) 3 2 -1
Rubén (Levante) 3 3 0
Areola (Villarreal) 3 3 0
Iraoizoz (Athletic) 3 4 +1
Beto (Sevilla) 3 4 +1