The German Bundesliga has been quite competitive so far this season, with various players who have graced the landscape with their exceptional skill and ability. Goalkeepers haven’t been left out of the action showcasing their shot-stopping skills week after week.
We bring to you our list of the best goalkeepers in the Bundesliga this season.
5 Best Goalkeepers in the 2019/20 German Bundesliga Season
Here are 5 goalkeepers who have shown the most in the ongoing Bundesliga season:
1. Manuel Neuer – Bayern Munich
The German national team and FC Bayern Munich number 1 has continued with his good form this season. The big man from Gelsenkirchen has been an intimidating presence in goal for the Bavarians who are currently topping the league table. The 33-year-old has made 60 saves and kept a league-high 8 clean sheets to maintain his position as the league’s top Keeper. He is also the highest paid players in the Bundesliga.
2. Rafal Gikiewicz – Union Berlin
The 32-year-old Polish goalkeeper has been in good form this season for his club FC Union Berlin. Rafal has been awesome so far in this ongoing campaign making an incredible 92 saves while keeping 6 clean sheets. His calmness and reflexes in front of goal have helped ensure his side haven’t been dragged into any relegation dogfight.
3. Yann Sommer – Borussia Monchengladbach
The Swiss shot-stopper has posted some impressive performances this season. The Borussia Monchengladbach number 1 has been a safe pair of hands for his club side, who are currently 4th in the league table. The 31-year-old has pulled off an amazing 91 saves together with 5 shootouts to help his side in their campaign for UEFA Champions League spots.
4. Rune Jarstein – Hertha Berlin
The imposing Norwegian has also been impressive this year, churning out quality performances for his club Hertha BSC. The 35-year-old has been tough to beat in front of goal this season, racking up 83 saves as well as 5 clean sheets. The Norwegian international has been one of the top performers for the Berliners who have endured a troubled season.
5. Lukas Hradecky – Bayer 04 Leverkusen
The Bayer 04 Leverkusen goalkeeper has been imperious for his side this season. The Slovak born player has so far made 71 saves and kept out the opposition 7 times to leave Leverkusen 5th on the league table. The 30-year-old will be hoping to stay in good form till the end of the campaign so his side can claim a precious Champions League spot.
- Mark Flekken – Freiburg
- Pavao Pervan – Wolfsburg
- Oliver Baumann – Hoffeinheim
- Péter Gulácsi – RB Leipzig