The Indian Super League (ISL) is the most competitive football league in India, with all the top players from the country participating in it. The league also boasts decent foreign talent, while in recent times, it has emerged as a breeding ground for youngsters.
Here, we take a look at five goalkeepers with the most clean sheets in ISL history.
1. Amrinder Singh - 34 clean sheets in 117 games
Amrinder Singh can lay claim to being the best goalkeeper in ISL history, with the 28-year-old topping the list for most clean sheets in the competitions history.
Amrinder who currently plays for ATK Mohun Bagan, has played for Mumbai City FC in the past and won the Golden Glove award in 2016.
2. Gurpreet Singh Sandhu - 32 clean sheets in 92 games
The first Indian player to play in the Europa League, Gurpreet Singh Sandhu is the country's number 1 goalkeeper and has been brilliant between the sticks for Bengaluru FC ever since he joined them in the 2017/18 season.
The 30-year-old played a key role in the club winning the 2018/19 ISL title and has won the Golden Glove award in consecutive twice so far.
3. Arindam Bhattacharja - 30 clean sheets in 90 games
Arindam Bhattacharja has been a regular in the Indian footballing circuit, considering that he has represented a number of top clubs during his career so far.
The 32-year-old was awarded the Golden Glove award in the 2020/21 season while playing for ATK Mohun Bagan, while also winning the league title in the 2018 edition.
4. TP Rehenesh - 29 clean sheets in 101 games
TP Rehenesh is one of the most underrated goalkeepers in the country, which is unfortunate considering that he has put on impressive performances on a consistent basis during his career.
The 29-year-old has been extremely consistent for current club, Jamshedpur FC and was their best player in the 2020/21 season.
5. Subrata Paul - 28 clean sheets in 95 games
Subrata Paul is widely considered to be the best goalkeeper to come from India, with the 35-year-old putting on match winning performances consistently for both club and country.
Paul created history when he became the first Indian goalkeeper to sign for a European club when he moved to FC Vestjaelland in the Danish Superliga in 2014.
The shot stopper has been his usual brilliant self in the ISL as seen by the number of clean sheets he has registered in the competitions.