Jan Oblak has won his fourth straight Zamora Trophy, which distinguishes the league's goalkeeper with the lowest "goals-to-game" ratio after 28 or more matches.
The Slovenian, who has played 37 LaLiga games in the 2018/19 season, conceded just 27 goals (0.73 per match) while keeping 20 clean sheets. He has also held the best save percentage in the competition this season (79.4%) and is, alongside Víctor Valdés, the only shotstopper to have won four consecutive Zamora Trophies.
It’s the 13th time that an Atleti goalkeeper concedes the least amount of goals in the Spanish league, after Fernando Tabales (39-40), Marcel Domingo (48-49), Luis Menéndez (53-54), Rodri (70-71), Miguel Reina (76-77), Abel Resino (90-91), José Francisco Molina (95-96), Thibaut Courtois (12-13 and 13-14) and of course Jan Oblak (15-16, 16-17 and 17-18).
With this award, the Slovenian has equalled Juan Acuña and Santiago Cañizares’ tally of four Zamora Trophies, the third best record after Antoni Ramallets and Valdés’ five titles.