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Save percentage of Premier League teams’ goalkeepers

David De Gea of Manchester United, Kepa Arrizabalaga of Chelsea, Alisson Becker of Liverpool
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Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga has the worst save percentage among all the first-choice goalkeepers in the Premier League.

Usually, stats do not tell the whole story.

Regardless, statistics are a great way to understand the influence of a player on his team.

According to the stats presented by 7AMKickOff, Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga has the worst save percentage among all the first-choice goalkeepers.

Having saved only 55% percent of the shots faced, Arrizabalaga has performed worse than the likes of Bournemouth’s Aaron Ramsdale (66.7%) and Aston Villa’s Tom Heaton (64.6%).

Liverpool‘s Alisson leads the charts after saving an impressive 83.3 % of the shots he has faced in the Premier League.

With 75.3% shots saved so far, Manchester United’s on-loan keeper Dean Henderson is outperforming David De Gea. The Spaniard has managed to stop 68.8 shots.

Finishing fourth on the list with 73.4% of saved shots, Kasper Schmeichel is keeping the family name alive.

None of the four West Ham goalkeepers have managed to cross the threshold games this season in the Premier League. As a result, West Ham is the only team that have missed out on the list.