Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga has endured a frustrating 2019/20 season following a number of unconvincing displays.
This led to manager Frank Lampard dropping him in a number of matches in favor of his number two Willy Caballero, and there are fears over his long-term future at the London club.
The Spanish has managed to keep three clean sheets in 33 appearances, a questionable record for the most expensive goalkeeper in the game's history.
The 25-year-old had however gained his spot between the posts prior to the suspension of football action due to the coronavirus pandemic, and managed to record a clean sheet in the club's last Premier League match against Everton.
He has been the club's number one ever since his £71.6m move from Athletic Bilbao, and even though he has never fully convinced, he has had his fair share of good spells.
His save against Watford, keeping out his opposite number's powerful header in the last second in the club's win over Watford this stands out this season.
Then there is the save against Liverpool in the UEFA Super Cup final, a triple save that somehow seemed to redeem him after some questionable displays.
He was also vital as Chelsea made the last 16 of the Champions League, particularly saving a penalty against Valencia in November.
Enjoy some of his best saves in a Chelsea shirt.