There are those teams that did not perform well in the English Premier League 2021/2022 season. These are the top 5 goalkeepers who conceded most goals in the English Premier League this season.
1. Illan Meslier - The Leeds United goalkeeper conceded 79 goals in the English Premier League this season. He is the goalkeeper who had most saves in EPL this season with 143 saves. He made 4 saves in their game week 38 EPL 1-2 win against Brentford.
2. Jordan Pickford - The Everton goalkeeper conceded 58 goals in the 35 English Premier League matches he played this season. He made 117 saves in EPL.
3. Kasper Schmeichel - He is the third goalkeeper who conceded most goals in the English Premier League 2021/2022 season. He conceded 58 goals in the English Premier League. He made 131 saves in EPL this season.
4. David De Gea - The Manchester United goalkeeper conceded 57 goals in the 38 EPL matches he played this season. He made 128 saves in EPL.
5. Lukasz Fabianski - He conceded 50 goals in the English Premier League this season. He conceded 3 goals in their game week 38 3-1 loss to Brighton. He made 4 saves in the match.
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