Whoops! Our leader Keylor Navas was back in the Real Madrid goal this weekend after missing out on the last two league games, but he let in more goals on Saturday than he had done all season after the Merengues were thrashed 0-4 by arch-rivals Barcelona. Keylor’s opposite number Claudio Bravo is now level with him in our chart, but both are three behind our new leader Oblak, who seems to be following in the footsteps of two-time Zamora Courtois after a seventh clean sheet of the current campaign. Another five “porteros” also managed to keep their goals against columns to zero, including Rulli (Real Sociedad), Pau López (Espanyol), Lux (Deportivo), Rubén (Levante) and Andrés Fernández (Granada), Lux and Rubén saving penalties into the bargain. And there were two more changes since last the last round of games, Riesgo returning for Eibar after a short injury break, and Juan Carlos preferred as Toño’s replacement for Rayo Vallecano, even though the club signed Yoel from Valencia as cover for the injured veteran. Betis reserve keeper Dani Giménez also made his first appearance of the season, the ex-Rayo minder coming on for the last ten minutes or so against Atlético Madrid after Adán limped off with a twisted ankle and a tooth or two less following a crunching collision with Atleti hard-man Godín. (24.11.15)

Zamoras Games played Goals against Difference
Oblak (Atlético) 12 6 -6
Navas (Real Madrid) 10 7 -3
Bravo (Barcelona) 8 5 -3
Domenech (Valencia) 10 8 -2
Kameni (Málaga) 12 11 -1
Areola (Villarreal) 12 12 0
Riesgo (Eibar) 10 10 0
Lux (Deportivo) 12 13 +1
Rulli (Real Sociedad) 10 11 +1
Javi Varas (Las Palmas) 9 12 +3
Iraizoz (Athletic) 12 16 +4
Toño (Rayo Vallecano) 9 13 +4
Adán (Betis) 12 17 +5
Sergio Rico (Sevilla) 9 14 +5
Guaita (Getafe) 12 19 +7
Andrés (Granada) 12 20 +8
Sergio Alvarez (Celta) 11 19 +8