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Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga has come under heavy criticism after his performance in Chelsea’s 3-2 defeat at West Ham on Wednesday night.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard isn’t convinced the Spaniard is good enough to play for the Blues and his performance against West Ham has now put his future at the club in doubt.
According to Whoscored, Kepa is the worst goalkeeper in the Premier League in terms of save percentage among all goalkeepers to have played 1000+ minutes this season so far.
Kepa has a save percentage of 58.4, which is the worst in the Premier League so far. These numbers aren’t helping the Spaniard convince Lampard he has what it takes to be a goalkeeper for the Blues.
Liverpool’s Alisson Becker has the best save percentage in the Premier League, 81.4 percent of shots faced. Leicester City’s Kasper Schmeichel is second on the list with a save percentage of 77.8 followed by Arsenal’s Bernd Leno in third (77.6) and Sheffield United’s Dean Henderson (76.2).
Is Kepa good enough for the Blues?