Top Premier League goalkeepers ranked by % with Man Utd and Liverpool low

There has been an astonishing 245 goals in only 78 matches at the beginning of the 2020/21 Premier League season so far, averaging more than three goals in each fixture as attacking players run riot.

That has given goalkeepers at each of the 20 clubs plenty of opportunity to showcase their talent, with David de Gea of Manchester United, Kepa Arrizabalaga of Chelsea and Alisson of Liverpool struggling.

The high-profile trio find themselves well down the list of keepers ranked by save percentage, with 26 stoppers already being handed game time after the opening eight rounds of fixtures.

Daily Star Sport has the full list, with a summer signing topping the order.

26. Willy Caballero, Chelsea – 0% save percentage from one game

25. Marek Rodak, Fulham – 40% save percentage from one game

24. Adrian, Liverpool – 43.8% save percentage from two games

23. Mat Ryan, Brighton – 43.8% save percentage from seven games

22. Robert Sanchez, Brighton – 50% save percentage from one game

21. David de Gea, Manchester United – 52.4% save percentage from seven games

19. Kepa Arrizabalaga, Chelsea – 57.1% save percentage from three games

=19. Alisson Becker, Liverpool – 57.1% save percentage from six games

18. Ilian Meslier, Leeds – 59.4% save percentage from eight games

17. Lukasz Fabianski, West Ham – 60% save percentage from eight games

16. Jordan Pickford, Everton – 62.5% save percentage from seven games

15. Nick Pope, Burnley – 64.5% save percentage from seven games

14. Alex McCarthy, Southampton – 65.6% save percentage from eight games

13. Robin Olsen, Everton) – 66.7% save percentage from one game

12. Sam Johnstone, West Brom – 67.4% save percentage from eight games

11. Bernd Leno, Arsenal – 67.7% save percentage from eight games

10. Emiliano Martinez, Aston Villa – 70% save percentage from seven games

9. Aaron Ramsdale, Sheffield United – 70.8% save percentage from eight games

8. Vicente Guatia, Crystal Palace – 71% save percentage from eight games

7. Kasper Schmeichel, Leicester City – 71.9% save percentage from eight games

6. Rui Patricio, Wolves – 72% save percentage from eight games

5. Hugo Lloris, Tottenham – 72.7% save percentage from eight games

4. Alphonse Areola, Fulham – 74.4% save percentage from seven games

=2. Ederson, Manchester City – 75% save percentage from seven games

=2. Karl Darlow, Newcastle United – 75% save percentage from seven games

1. Edouard Mendy, Chelsea – 85.7% save percentage from four games

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