Arsenal lost 2-1 to Brighton on Thursday but the scoreline could have been even heavier were it not for Bernd Leno.
The 27-year-old German shot-stopper established himself as the Gunners’ undisputed number one in the summer following Petr Cech’s retirement.
However, it’s proving to be a challenge between the sticks in north London as the Gunners are vulnerable at the back conceding 23 goals, which in turn is often putting Leno on the spot.
He has, however, risen to the challenge recording more saves than any other goalkeeper with 66 including seven against Brighton. Leno sits seven clear of Brighton & Hove Albion shot-stopper Mat Ryan on 59.
Martin Dubravka was a busy man as his Newcastle side battled valiantly at Bramall Lane to beat Sheffield United 2-0, taking his total tally to 58 overall, four ahead of Norwich City’s Tim Krul.
Aaron Ramsdale joins them as the fifth and final player to have made more than 50 saves. Then comes Tom Heaton bang on 50, while Ben Foster, Nick Pope, David de Gea and Rui Patricio make up the top 10.
Kasper Schmeichel remains the Premier LEague’s top clean sheet holder with six for the season.
Most saves: Premier League 2019/20 season
Players with the same amount of saves are separated by minutes played.
1. Bernd Leno: 66 saves (1350 minutes)
2. Mat Ryan: 59 saves (1350 minutes)
3. Martin Dubravka: 58 saves (1350 minutes)
4. Tim Krul: 54 saves (1,170 minutes)
5. Aaron Ramsdale: 51 saves (1,350 minutes)
6. Tom Heaton: 50 saves (1,260 minutes)
7. Ben Foster: 49 saves (1,350 minutes)
8. Nick Pope: 46 saves (1,350 minutes)
9. David de Gea: 43 saves (1,350 minutes)
10. Rui Patricio: 39 saves (1,350 minutes)
Golden Glove standings: Most clean sheets for 2019/20 season
Kasper Schmeichel: 7
Dean Henderson: 5
Vicente Guaita: 5
Nick Pope: 5
Mat Ryan: 4
Rui Patricio: 4
Martin Dubravka: 4
Lukasz Fabianski: 3
Kepa Arrizabalaga: 3
Ben Foster: 3
Tom Heaton: 3
Jordan Pickford: 3
Aaron Ramsdale: 3
(Correct as of Gameweek 15 10:20pm 05/12/2019)