The 2021/22 Premier League season ended up being a two horse race as Manchester City's and Liverpool's title quest went down to the wire. The champions were crowned on the last day of the season and in the end it was Manchester City who won the PL title with just a single point lead over Liverpool.
Both City and Liverpool dominated the league in all departments and therefore it wasn't a surprise to see their respective Goalkeepers level their clean sheets stats for the 2021-22 season. Liverpool's Alisson Becker and City's Ederson Moraes ended up with 20 clean sheets for their respective teams. The next one in the line was Tottenham's Hugo Lloris who secured 16 clean sheets for his side.
Liverpool superstar Alisson Becker yet again proved to the whole world that he is a world class GK. During the 2021-22 season, Alisson managed to secure 20 clean sheets for his team which was certainly instrumental for their PL title chase. The Brazilian showed himself to to be a good performer in clutch situations as he made some cucial saves to put his team in the front foot.
Manchester City's Ederson has been at the top of the charts when it comes to keeping clean sheets for the past three years. The Brazilian star's contribution to Manchester City's Premier League title success in the past two years is undeniable. This season, Ederson managed to keep 20 clean sheets for his team and ended up sharing the Golden Glove award with Liverpool's Alisson Becker as both managed to keep 20 clean sheets.
Tottenham had a dreadful start to the 2021-22 season under former Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo. However, with the arrival of Antonio Conte as the new manager of the team after sacking Nuno mid season, Spurs improved by leaps and bounds. Many players found their form back under Conte and ended the season on a high note as Spurs secured 4th spot in the points. Spurs captain Hugo Lloris was one of the few players who were consistent throughout the season. The French international managed to keep 16 clean sheets and also made some crucial match winning saves for his team.