Sportsmail reporters have their opinion about who is the best goalkeeper in the world

David de Gea flourished again in the center when his heroic deeds denounced Tottenham's attacks and on Sunday, Manchester United gave a crucial 1-0 victory at Wembley.

The Gea has recently proven to play an important role in United, but between the sticks, how does it relate to the keepers of the rest of the world?

The experts at Sportsmail have their say.

David de Gea made some big saves when Manchester United defeated Tottenham on Sunday


1) David de Gea 2) Jan Oblak 3) Marc Andre Ter Stegen

The Gea is the complete keeper who has ascended to the realm of superstar in the most demanding competition in the world.

Not the world's biggest defensive organizer, but just someone who can quietly continue his profession, despite the fact that he was denied the dream move to Real Madrid he always wanted.


1) David de Gea 2) Manuel Neuer 3) Jan Oblak

The Gea proved himself in the good times at Manchester United long ago, but his performance in the meager years since Sir Alex Ferguson's guest of the year in four of the past five seasons – has shown how good he is.

The Spaniard gets the vote before the Neuer van Bayern Munich, whose injury problems have influenced his form in the past year, with Oblak having eliminated a number of other contenders based on his consistency for Atletico Madrid.

De Gea's beautiful display against Tottenham was one of his best in a United shirt


1) David de Gea 2) Manuel Neuer 3) Thibaut Courtois

There is something infinitely sympathetic to De Gea & # 39; s style of goalkeeping, and it is not only that he is the best. There is a carefree charisma for his salvation, almost as if he is saying: 'Do not worry, guys, I have this & # 39 ;.


1) Jan Oblak 2) Ederson 3) Marc Andre Ter Stegen

I am in a minority that would not put David de Gea in the top three. He has phenomenal reflexes, the best in the world, but does not recommend his penalty area as well as the others and is not the bravest out of the goal.

Jan Oblak has kept 46 clean sheets in his last 86 Liga matches for Atletico Madrid and is still only 26. Ederson has shown courage and personality in Manchester City, despite the fact that the defensive staff turned for him. Marc Andre Ter Stegen is the natural heir of Manuel Neuer as the identikit-sweep keeper. Thibaut Courtois and Neuer would be on the list, but then for injuries.

Jan Oblak from Atletico Madrid has saved 46 clean sheets in his 86 matches in the La Liga


1) Jan Oblak 2) Manuel Neuer 3) Marc Andre Ter Stegen

To avoid being accused of an agenda, I choose the three best outside the Premier League. It is impossible to divide David De Gea, Alisson Becker and Ederson – they are all match definitions that have immensely improved their teams – so I'm going to offer three alternatives.

They are led by Jan Oblak, the remarkable No. 1 of Atletico Madrid.


1) David de Gea 2) Alisson 3) Jan Oblak

In real time, the salvo seemed like Toby Alderweireld flew to the nearby post of Manchester United, as if it just hit De Gea. But look closer and you see De Gea & # 39; s expectation. He feels danger, comes early in position and forms his body in the most effective way to block space.

It is as it saves, time and again made, that De Gea to the best of the world lift. He is determined to keep the base – Harry Kane's free kick instead of punching to calmly spread – and creative when things get harder.

Alisson has vastly improved Liverpool, its distribution is worth as much as its self-control, even when it comes to the occasional misstep, while Atletico Madrid & # 39; s Oblak last season had the highest save ratio of all keepers in the top five in Europe, with more than 85 percent.

Liverpool has improved endlessly since the arrival of Alisson of Roma last summer


1) David de Gea 2) Alisson 3) Ederson

In club football, De Gea is alone and has been around for years. He is a Ferguson who draws that, for value, foresight and quality, is now comparable with the recordings of Eric Cantona, Roy Keane and Peter Schmeichel.

When he arrived at Old Trafford, he handed his goalkeeper Eric Steele a series of his own feet-based exercises. We saw the fruits of that work on Sunday. Most players want to exchange shirts after games. I wonder now if his rivals will ask for De Gea boots.

The positioning of De Gea was an integral part of him, making him a large number of saves on Sunday for United

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