Current Milan goalkeeper Pepe Reina has the highest clean-sheet percentage in the history of the Premier League.
FourFourTwo crunched the numbers for the clean-sheet ratio of every Premier League goalie since 1992, as long as they had at least 50 appearances.
Reina came out on top thanks to his time at Liverpool from 2005 to 2013, in which he racked up 285 Premier League games and 134 clean sheets.
The Spaniard didn’t concede in 47.02 per cent of his matches, leading Petr Cech on 45.68 per cent and Edwin van der Sar (formerly of Juventus) with 42.17 per cent.
Italian Carlo Cudicini makes it in to sixth with a ratio of 39.75 per cent, having kept 64 clean sheets in 161 Premier League matches for Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur.
Wojciech Szczesny, currently at Juventus, had 132 Premier League games and 48 clean sheets, a percentage of 36.36 for Arsenal.