Is Keylor Navas the best Goalkeeper in the World?

  • by Andrew Scofield
  • February 29th, 2016
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The spectacular season that makes Keylor Navas catapults Real Madrid as number one among the owners of the top clubs in Europe’s top leagues.

His numbers this season reflect that cover more shots and score unless the German Manuel Neuer, Bayern Munich; English Joe Hart, Manchester City; German Kevin Trapp, the PSG; Wojciech Szczesny and the Polish, Roma. They make up teams marching leaders of their respective leagues.

Statistics replicated by the Spanish media are a true reflection of how important it has become for the meringues Navas.
The Costa Rican goalkeeper stopped 27 of the 31 direct shots he has received, a figure that puts him at the top when compared with data from other goalkeepers of the top clubs in Europe.

Meanwhile, Neuer, best goalkeeper in the World 2014, and accounted for 15 stops and allowed four goals. In addition, Hart takes 13 stops and conceded four goals.

The case of the German PSG Trapp, has 24 stops and get scored six times; same as the goalkeeper of the Roma, Szczęsny, who made 22 stops and knocked his bow on six occasions.

Keylor Navas is the second to receive more shots (113), surpassed only by Szczęsny (120).

Trapp is as follows with more work, as he received 24 shots; Hart’s, 69; and Neuer, 66 times.

The “tico falcon” comes to sign his best performance in the club against Celta Vigo last Saturday, when he covered four turnovers that had the seal of goal.
“The confidence that I feel is very important for the achievement; and for the support I get from my teammates,” Navas said on its website.

New nickname. Sports daily Marca announced Monday that the national goalkeepers nicknamed him the white clubhouse Keylor ‘Paras’ in relation to their performances during the season.