3. Pepe Reina- 3 Golden Gloves
Liverpool legend Pepe Reina lifted three Premier League Golden Gloves during his successful stint at Anfield. The Spaniard kept 20, 19, and 18 clean sheets to lift the award in three consecutive years from 2005 to 2007/08. He currently plays for Serie A side AC Milan.
2. Joe Hart- 4 Golden Gloves
Joe Hart now holds the record for most Golden Glove awards with 4, congratulations Joe! pic.twitter.com/cQsOawJYGl
— ManCityPhotos (@ManCityPhotos) May 24, 2015
England goalkeeper Joe Hart is a proud winner of four Golden Gloves award. The shot-stopper lifted all the awards during his time at Manchester City. He won it in 2010/11 (18 clean sheets), 2011/12 (17 clean sheets), 2012/13 (18 clean sheets), and 2014/15 (14 clean sheets) seasons. Hart joined Burnley on a permanent deal this summer and he is doing well.
1.Petr Cech- 4 Golden Gloves
Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech won the Premier League Golden Gloves award this season after keeping 16 clean sheets. pic.twitter.com/8xTVgqlZvy
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) May 13, 2014
Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech has lifted four Golden Gloves awards since it was started in 2004. In fact, the Czech Republic international was the first man to lift it when it was started. He helped Chelsea win the Premier League under Jose Mourinho in 2004/05 season with 24 clean sheets. It remains a record to date. He won it again in 2009/10 (17 clean sheets), 2013/14 (16 clean sheets), and 2015/16 (16 clean sheets) season in Gunners colors. He also holds the League all-time clean sheets record.