Oblak has done it! A clean sheet in Atlético’s last match against Celta means that the Slovenian keeper has matched La Liga’s all-time record of only letting in 18 goals in the 38 games, equalling the best ever set by Deportivo’s Liaño some 22 years ago!
Another four clean sheets as well in the last weekend of the season, Ter Stegen’s at Granada ensuring Barcelona their second league title in a row. That meant that Keylor Navas’ efforts were in vain despite Real Madrid’s 0-2 victory at Deportivo, and they have to settle for second place again (in fact the record of Navas this season was the best at the club for 20 years). On Sunday Cuéllar kept his goals against column to zero to save Sporting Gijón on the last day of the current campaign, and a couple of days earlier Real Sociedad’s Rulli kept out Valencia in what could be his last game for the club, with several teams looking to sign him.
Lots of changes as well on the last weekend, the aforementioned Navas returning in place of Kiko Casilla after being rested last weekend, and hosts Deportivo giving a run out to Pletikosa. Elsewhere Jaume Domenech, Sergio Alvarez, Sergio Rico and Yoel replaced Diego Alves, Rubén Blanco, Beto and Juan Carlos for Valencia, Celta, Sevilla and Rayo respectively, and Dani Giménez came in at Betis for the suspended Adán. All of that meant that only two keepers played every minute of the season, Oblak (of course) and Getafe’s Guaita, who will unfortunately be plying his trade in the second division next season if he stays. (17.05.16)
|Zamoras||Games played||Goals against||Difference|
|Navas (Real Madrid)||34||28||-6|
|Rulli (Real Sociedad)||35||43||+8|
|Sergio Rico (Sevilla)||34||42||+8|
|Javi Varas (Las Palmas)||30||40||+10|
|Sergio Alvarez (Celta)||30||47||+17|
|Pau López (Espanyol)||36||62||+26|