1)Gianluigi Buffon (296 Clean Sheets):
Gianluigi Buffon is likewise the main goalkeeper on the rundown who is as yet in the business. He is right now addressing his old club, Juventus, who somewhere in the range of 2001 and 2018 he addressed once for a very long time. As we examined above, among the best Italian goalkeepers ever, Buffon has won the cleanest sheets, and since he is as yet in the business, he can likewise improve his record.
Italy has created some fabulous goalkeepers throughout the long term however for us, Gianluigi Buffon rules.
Truth be told, Buffon showed up for Italian clubs, Parma and Juventus, from 1995 to this date, for sure inside Serie A, and acquired 296 clean sheets during this period and yielded 532 objectives.
2) Dino Zoff (276 Clean Sheets):
What's more, here's the amazing Italian goalkeeper we were discussing toward the start of the post: Dino Zoff, and, as effectively revealed, on the rundown of the best Italian goalkeepers ever, he has the best objectives to-appearance proportion.
He actually holds the record for the longest playing time in global competitions.
The proportion really comes from the 430 objectives Zoff surrendered in the 565 appearances that he made, and perhaps to your shock, it is the best proportion on the rundown.
3) Enrico Albertosi (237 Clean Sheets):
Enrico Albertosi, the third goalkeeper on the rundown of the best Italian goalkeepers ever, is a 81-year-old previous Italian goalkeeper who, in his vocation, has figured out how to win 237 clean sheets.
Exemplary unconventional guardian of the 1960s and 70s.
Altogether the 530 appearances that he made during his vocation, Albertosi really yielded 431 objectives. That really gives him a 0.81 objective surrendered to-appearance proportion that is like Gianluigi Buffon's.
4) Giovanni Galli (211 Clean Sheets):
Giovanni Galli is a 62-year-old previous Italian goalkeeper who addressed, all through his profession, six Italian clubs, specifically Fiorentina, AC Milan, Napoli, Torino, Parma and Lucchese.
Galli really yielded 445 objectives in the 496 appearances.
In the 496 appearances he made in general during his profession, Galli for sure yielded 445 objectives. That gives him an objectives yielded to-appearance proportion of 0.89, implying that in each appearance he made, the resigned Italian goalkeeper surrendered 0.89 objectives or, at the end of the day, 3.5 objectives in each 4 appearances.
5) Gianluca Pagliuca (194 Clean Sheets):
Gianluca Pagliuca, a 53-year-old previous Italian goalkeeper who addressed four Italian clubs, Sampdoria, Inter Milan, Bologna, and Ascoli, during a 20-year vocation that endured from 1987 to 2007, is the fifth goalkeeper on the rundown of best Italian goalkeepers ever.
Pagliuca yielded in the 596 appearances he made in his profession.
Pagliuca is likewise the principal goalkeeper on the rundown of best Italian goalkeepers in history who surrendered more than 1 objective (really 1.1) in each appearance that he made during his profession.
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