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Sergio Romero Is Officially Manchester United's Best Ever Goalkeeper With Incredible Clean Sheet Record

Sergio Romero Is Officially Manchester United's Best Ever Goalkeeper With Incredible Clean Sheet Record

Sergio Romero is statistically Manchester United's best ever goalkeeper.

The Argentine stopper has kept a staggering 27 clean sheets from 42 matches.

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United beat Chelsea 2-0 in the FA Cup thanks to two first-half headers from Ander Herrera and Paul Pogba, but Romero also played his part.

He denied the holders on several occasions, recording an impressive clean sheet.

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Since joining United in 2015, Romero has only played seven Premier League games. He's the club's No.2 behind David De Gea.

Though he's an ever-present in domestic cup games, proving to be one of the best back-up keepers in the world.

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Expect Romero between the sticks when United face Wolverhampton Wanderers in the FA Cup quarter-final.

Topics: Football News, David De Gea, Chelsea, Football, Manchester United, Sergio Romero, Premier League, FA Cup

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