A graphic proves that Man United’s David De Gea is the best long shot shot-stopper in the league [Picture]
David De Gea had a shaky start at Manchester United, moving from Atletico Madrid for £18m two and a half years ago.
Since then, he has cemented his place as one of the best goalkeepers in the world, aged only 23.
A graphic has emerged which proves he is quite clearly the best shotstopper in terms of long shots in the Premier League.
The stats are taken from the 2010/2011 season to present and with a save percentage of 95%, De Gea is well above his nearest rival Petr Cech.
The graphic doesn’t make pleasent reading for Norwich and England goalkeeper John Ruddy.
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