Chelsea goalkeeper Mendy is arguably one of the most productive signings for Chelsea this season. He has proved to be the best by saving critical shots fired by opponents and is praised for keeping clean sheets against big EPL clubs.
In Chelsea's yesterday's match against Fulham, Mendy kept yet another clean sheet for Chelsea as he blocked 2 massive shots from Fulham stars Antonee Robinson and Ola Aina.
Mendy has now 16 clean sheets in 28 English Premier League games he has played for the Blues this season. As such, he has set a new record as the goalkeeper with the most clean sheets in the history of the English Premier League in more than half of the games they started for their clubs.
Eduardo Mendy will be looking to extend his record when Chelsea welcomes Real Madrid at Stamford Bridge for the second leg of the Champions League Semifinals on Wednesday. With an away goal advantage, Chelsea is only in need of a 0-0 draw to qualify to the finals and it's no doubt that Mendy will fight every way possible to save the Blues.
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