Edouard Mendy may be the first Chelsea keeper to hold four clean sheets in the club’s first four league games as the Blues face Sheffield United on Saturday.
The Senegal international has been impressive ever since he signed forfor Frank Lampard’s side in the summer, holding six clean sheets in seven matches.
The only blip in his life at Stamford Bridge was the goal of the Carabao Cup against Tottenham Hotspur.
The former Rennes man has joined Cech and Neil Sullivan as the only Chelsea players in the club’s long history who have kept three clean sheets in their first three league appearances but has a chance of going one further.
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His arrival has also coincided with an upturn in fortunes for Frank Lampard’s side, who have now kept five consecutive clean sheets for the first time since September/October 2010, when Petr Cech was in goal.