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De Gea equals Manchester United legend’s tally for Premier League clean sheets

David de Gea kept Brighton & Hove Albion at bay tonight in order to record his 128th clean sheet in the Premier League.

The Spaniard played a big role in Manchester United’s 2-0 win over the Seagulls, making a terrific save to deny a powerful Jakub Moder header in the first-half, and he has equaled club legend Peter Schmeichel in the Premier League clean sheets table.

With De Gea still only 31-years-old, it seems there’s a good chance he will surpass Schmeichel’s clean sheet record in all competitions, which stands at a whopping 180 clean sheets from 398 appearances.

All-time Manchester United clean sheets

1. Peter Schmiechel: 180 clean sheets
2. Alex Stepney: 175
3. David de Gea: 163
4. Gary Bailey: 161
5. Edwin van der Sar: 135

United take on Leeds United in the Premier League on Sunday when De Gea will be aiming to keep another clean sheet.

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One response to “De Gea equals Manchester United legend’s tally for Premier League clean sheets”

  1. Prince Evans says:

    Congratulations De Gea! I know you will soon be there & beyond