Mumbai Metropolis goalkeeper Amrinder Singh was the closest rival for the award because the Islanders took on the Mariners within the last…
ATK Mohun Bagan goalkeeper Arindam Bhattarcharya has received the 2020-21 Indian Tremendous League (ISL) Golden Glove award – a profession first for the 31-year-old.
It was a two-way race between Arindam and Mumbai Metropolis’s Amrinder Singh for the award going into the ISL last the place Mumbai Metropolis beat ATK Mohun Bagan 2-1 on Saturday.
With each goalkeepers conserving as many as 10 clear sheets from 23 appearances together with the title deciding conflict, the Islanders‘ goalkeeper had extra saves (61) saves than Bhattacharya’s 59.
Nonetheless, the ATK Mohun Bagan custodian wins it with a better minute per targets conceded ratio (108.95) as in comparison with by Singh’s 100 minutes per targets conceded. The Bengali custodian additionally has the sting by way of the variety of targets conceded as he has let solely 19 targets in, whereas Amrinder has conceded 21.
Whereas Bhattacharya has performed a complete of 2070 minutes, Singh has performed 2100 minutes of soccer this season.
Amrinder had received the award within the ISL in 2016 after profitable the I-League Golden Glove with Bengaluru FC within the earlier time period. Arindam, alternatively, had missed out on the award final season after ending second behind Bengaluru custodian Gurpreet Singh Sandhu.