|PLAYER||APPS (SUBS)||CLEAN SHEETS||MINS PLAYED|
|G. Singh||7 (0)||5||630|
|A. Bhattacharya||7 (0)||4||630|
|A. Singh||7 (0)||2||630|
|M. Nawaz||7 (0)||2||630|
|S. Chowdhury||7 (0)||2||630|
|S. Pal||6 (0)||2||540|
|Arsh Saini||4 (0)||1||360|
|R. Paramba||5 (0)||1||450|
|V. Kaith||6 (0)||1||540|
The Indian Super League has been blessed with some terrific shot-stoppers since the league's inception in 2014. Domestic as well as overseas talent have graced the league and left a lasting impression and as the numbers suggest, the clean sheets leader board is largely dominated by Indian shot-stoppers.
Subrata Pal leads the list and his name on top of the pile should come as no surprise. The veteran Indian goalkeeper has been a standout performer for club and country in his illustrious career and has shown no signs of slowing down despite his age.
As far as percentages go, NorthEast United's man between the sticks Pawan Kumar stands out with an impressive clean sheet percentage of 47.1%. Cameroonian goalkeeper Apoula Edel is the only foreign player on the list and the experienced goalkeeper was a massive hit in the ISL, before hanging up his boots after the conclusion of the 2018/19 season.
|1||Subrata Pal||Jamshedpur FC||55||20||37.1%|
|2||Amrinder Singh||Mumbai City FC||54||15||27.8%|
|3||Gurpreet Singh Sandhu||Bengaluru FC||39||13||35.9%|
|4||Karanjeet Singh||Chennayin FC||48||13||27.1%|
|5||TP Rehenesh||NorthEast United FC||50||13||26.0%|
|6||Apoula Edel||FC Pune City||35||10||28.6%|
|7||Arindham Bhattacharya||FC Pune City||36||10||27.8%|
|8||Pawan Kumar||NorthEast United FC||17||8||47.1%|
|9||Sandeep Nandy||Kerala Blasters FC||18||8||44.4%|
|10||Debjeet Majumder||Mumbai City FC||29||8||27.6%|
With the sixth season of the ISL set to commence in the coming days, here are the goalkeepers who registered the most numbers of clean sheets in the seasons that have passed.
|Season||Player||Team||Clean Sheets||Minutes Per Goal Conceded|
|2018-19||Pawan Kumar||NorthEast United FC||7||88.8|
|2017-18||Subrata Paul||Jamshedpur FC||8||102.3|
|2016||Amrinder Singh||Mumbai City FC||5||180|
|2015||Apoula Edel Bete||FC Pune City||6||90|
|2014||Jan Seda||FC Goa||6||143.3|