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1. FC Köln shot-stopper 's maiden Bundesliga season could hardly have got off to a better start as he went an impressive 364 minutes - approaching five matches - without conceding. The 21-year-old hasn't missed a game since, has saved 75 per cent of all efforts on his goal and has kept 12 clean sheets in 31 league outings. He also has an eye for kick-starting attacks, even registering an assist in the 4-2 home win over Eintracht Frankfurt on Matchday 24.
The current World Goalkeeper of the Year has again showed why he is considered one of the best of all time, following another season of commanding displays. has only had to fend off 66 shots on goal, but he's kept out 80 per cent of them and recorded 19 shutouts in the process. The sweeper-keeper - with ball skills most outfield players would be proud of - is also the only goalkeeper in the plus-100 appearance bracket to have conceded fewer goals (225) than games played (277).
Marc-Andre ter Stegen left a big pair of gloves to fill at Borussia Mönchengladbach when he left for FC Barcelona last summer, but what a job Swiss international has done in his debut season in the Bundesliga. The 26-year-old has saved a league-high 84 per cent of shots on his goal and gobbled up more crosses and corners (56) than any of his top-flight contemporaries, while only Neuer and Bayer 04 Leverkusen's Bernd Leno have kept more clean sheets.