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TOP 10: Ex-Liverpool keeper Reina emerges as greatest in Premier League history

AC Milan goalkeeper Pepe Reina has emerged as having the best record in the history of the Premier League.

Research by FourFourTwo reveals that in 285 Premier League matches for Liverpool between 2005 and 2013 the Spaniard kept 134 shut outs – that's a total of 47.02% of all his games.

Such form earned Reina the Premier League's Golden Glove award in each of his first three seasons at Anfield but was never selected for the PFA Team of the Year.

TOP 10 PREMIER LEAGUE GOALKEEPERS BY CLEAN SHEET PERCENTAGE

1) Pepe Reina – Games 285; Clean Sheets 134; 47.02%

2) Petr Cech – Games 440; Clean Sheets 201; 45.68%

3) Edwin Van Der Sar – Games 313; Clean Sheets 132; 42.17%

4) Peter Schmeichel – Games 310; Clean Sheets 128; 41.29%

5) David Seaman – Games 344; Clean Sheets 140; 40.70%

6) Carlo Cudicini – Games 161; Clean Sheets 64; 39.75%

7) Tomasz Kuszczak – Games 63; Clean Sheets 25; 39.68%

8) Manuel Almunia – Games 109; Clean Sheets 43; 39.45%

9) Bobby Mimms – Games 61; Clean Sheets 24; 39.34%

10) David De Gea – Games 241; Clean Sheets 94; 39.00%

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