Courtois expanded his trophy case firmly during his first period in the Spanish capital. The Observer won with Atlético including La Liga in 2014, the Copa del Rey in 2013, the Europa League in 2012 and the European Super Cup in the same year. Also in 2014, lost Courtois with Atlético in the final of the Champions League. Just to say: the passage of our national number one for the second club from Madrid was a success. And yet gave Atlético coach Diego Simeone that his current goalkeeper, the Slovenian Jan Oblak, the best of the two. The figures show ‘El Cholo’ right?
First and foremost, Courtois’ stats from his time at Atlético. During his first passage in the Spanish capital came Courtois to 111 gigs (9922 speelminuten) in the Primera Division. In 55 of those matches he kept his nets clean - a little less than half so. Courtois had as Atlético goalkeeper in a total of 94 times turn over in LaLiga, which corresponds to an average of 0.85 goals per match.
Oblak: an average of 0,58 goals per match
The figures from Oblak in LaLiga eyes are just a bit better. Spread over the seasons 2015/2016, 2016/2017 and 2017/2018 - Oblaks first three seasons as a holder for ‘Atléti’ - played the Slovenian 105 competitiematchen (9400 speelminuten), six less than Courtois. Therein swallowed Oblak 33 goals less Courtois - 61 opposite 94. In his first three seasons was Oblak so at an impressive average of an average of less than 0,58 goals per match.
total held to the Slovenian 61 times the zero - to- six times more than Courtois. A side note to this is that clean sheets are not solely the responsibility of the goalies and that Oblak and Courtois is not every time the same defense for their nose. " t Are factors that the statistics certainly influence.