Gameweek 6 matches of the 2021/2022 English Premier League season played last weekend have been one of the gameweeks in which most goalkeepers conceded while others kept clean sheets. These are the four goalkeepers who have conceded most goals in EPL this season.
1. Tim Krul - The Norwich City goalkeeper has conceded the highest number of goals in EPL this season. He has conceded 16 goals in 6 matches. He conceded 2 goals in their gameweek 6 EPL 2-0 loss to Everton.
2. Illan Meslier - He has conceded 14 goals after playing 6 EPL matches for Leeds United. He has made 27 saves in the English Premier League this season. He made 5 saves in their EPL 1-2 loss to West Ham United last weekend.
3. Frederick Woodman- He is the third goalkeeper who has conceded most goals in EPL this season. He has conceded 12 goals in four English Premier League matches.
4. Nick Pope - He is fourth having conceded 11 goals in the 6 English Premier League matches he has played for Burnley. He conceded two in their gameweek 6 EPL 2-2 draw against Leicester City.
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