We’re almost at the half-way point of the season, and some goalkeepers have had a better start to the season than others. Let’s rank the top goalkeepers in the world based on their performances so far this term.

10 – Gianluigi Donnarumma 

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Donnarunmma has been reliable for PSG this season despite some quirks.

He looks more relaxed than last season, and with 6 clean sheets already this season, Luis Enrique seems to trust the Italian.

9 – Marcin Bulka

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Bulka has been fantastic for OGC Nice so far this season.

The former Chelsea goalkeeper has conceded just 4 goals in Ligue 1 this season, with an impeccable 85.4% save percentage.

8 – Yassine Bounou

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The Moroccan is still one of the best in the world despite his move to Saudi Arabia.

He leads the league with 82% save rate and has only conceded 6 goals this season for Al Hilal.

7 – Kepa Arrizabalaga 

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Arrizabalaga has been solid for Real Madrid this season, despite missing matches recently.

A good save percentage for the season, coupled with 5 clean sheets in just 10 matches for Real Madrid.

6 – Wojciech Szczesny

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Szczesny has been reliable for Juventus this season. Even as Allegri, men return to the style that won them so many league titles.

The Pole has kept 7 clean sheets this season for a defensively sturdy Juventus side.

5 – Ederson 

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Manchester City goalie has kept things ticking for his side at the back this season.

Although 4 goals conceded against Chelsea last week doesn’t help his case, he has been dependable this season, as always.

4 – Yann Sommer

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The best goalie in the Serie A this season, and it makes sense because inter have been fantastic all season.

Sommer keeps it tidy at the back too, with 6 goals conceded so far, and the best save percentage in the league.

3 – Ter Stegen

Even as Barça have been shaky in defence this season, Stegen continues to shine for the Blaugranas.

2 – Guglielmo Vicario

From his first 12 league matches for Spurs, Vicario already looks like a Gem.

At 27, he is heading into his prime years, and he already looks like he has settled well into the Premier League.

1 – Alisson Becker

The Liverpool shot-stopper is simply the best in the world in his position.

He has started the season well, with The Reds conceding the least amount of goals in the Premier League this season.

He also has an 80% save percentage (highest in the Premier League) with four clean sheets.