The Zamora Trophy will go to Madrid after twelve years thanks to Courtois


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The Zamora Trophy will go to Madrid after twelve years thanks to Courtois

The last goalkeeper of the merengue team to achieve that individual title was Iker Casillas in 2008, when he received 32 goals.

Unless on the last date of The league a catastrophe occurs for Real Madrid or a miracle for Leganés, Thibaut Courtois will take the Zamora Trophy to his home for being the least goalscored goalkeeper of the championship, something that had not happened for a merengue goalkeeper since 2008 with Iker Casillas.

And is that the Belgian goalkeeper, who played 34 matches in the Spanish tournament in the current season, only received 20 goals, which leaves him with an average of 0.59 goals received per duel. In addition, the goalkeeper of the Belgian National Team left the goal at zero 18 times.

This places him ahead of Marc-André ter Stegen, who received 36 touchdowns in the same number of games played, and also Jan Oblak, who fitted 26 in 37 games.

In this way, Courtois will leave the Zamora Trophy in Madrid, something that Iker Casillas did twelve years ago in the 2007-08 season, when he only received 32 goals in 36 commitments, an average of 0.89 per game.

Photo: Francois Nel / Getty Images


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