Written byRajdeep Saha
Since the Premier League's inception in 1992-93, there have been a host of goal-keepers who made a massive impression in England's top-flight division.
Goal-keeping is a pivotal aspect in football and keepers have a lot do when called upon.
The Dutchman, who was a legend for Ajax, joined Fulham in 2001.
After four seasons, he was snapped up by United.
He went on to make 313 Premier League appearances and won four titles, besides winning the Golden Glove in 2008-09.
David Seaman was Arsenal's hero and spent 13 seasons with them (11 in Premier League).
He had a great personality and was brave.
Seaman was known for his quick reflexes, agility, and excellent positional sense.
He was always reliable and had a great ability to judge the ball.
The Englishman made 344 Premier League appearances and had 141 clean sheets.
He won two titles.
Manchester United's David de Gea is no doubt a modern day great.
He is remembered for some unbelievable saves over the years in the EPL.
The Spaniard arrived at United in 2011 and struggled initially, however, his performances soared from there on.
The 2012-13 EPL champion has made 304 appearances, besides having 108 clean sheets.
He also won the Golden Glove in 2017-18.
Former Chelsea and Arsenal goal-keeper Petr Cech was an inspiration in the Premier League.
A winner of four Golden Glove awards, Cech went on to win four titles with Chelsea.
He made 443 Premier League appearances and registered a record 202 clean sheets.
His reflexes, shot-stopping abilities, positional sense and concentration stood out.
The all-round Cech had the special attribute of saving penalties.
Peter Schmeichel spent seven seasons with Manchester United in the Premier League and was rock solid.
The Danish goal-keeper also played one season each at Aston Villa and Man City.
He was physically imposing, with a large frame and long reach. He was vocal and organized his defence well.
He won five Premier League titles and registered 128 clean sheets in 310 matches.
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