A keeper's job is a thankless one. They are expected to make saves while protecting the posts, play a crucial role in building play from the back, and organize the defence in front of them.

When goalkeepers concede, they are always criticized but never gain the same credit when they make saves. In the Indian Super League (ISL) 2023-24 season, many keepers displayed exceptional shot-stopping skills while playing a crucial part in winning points for their teams.

With that, here are the keepers that recorded the most saves from the latest season.

Amrinder Singh (Odisha FC) - 81 saves in 24 matches


Odisha FC’s run to their first-ever ISL semi-final would not have been possible without Singh. He amassed nine clean sheets, narrowly missing out on the Golden Glove award to Mumbai City FC’s Phurba Lachenpa. With a league-high tally of 81 saves, he showcased his exceptional goalkeeping skills. Singh further recorded a remarkable save percentage of 77%, the highest in the league this season.

Gurpreet Singh Sandhu (Bengaluru FC) - 70 saves in 22 matches


Sandhu registered just five clean sheets across 22 appearances for Bengaluru FC but produced the second-most saves in the league throughout the season despite their defensive struggles. Having proved his quality in previous seasons, Sandhu demonstrated his exceptional shot-stopping skills and reaffirmed why he is regarded as one of the best keepers in India.

Debjit Majumder (Chennaiyin FC) - 66 saves in 19 matches


Majumder was not the first-choice keeper for Chennaiyin FC heading into the season, but following an injury to Samik Mitra, he took his place in the starting eleven and never looked back. After a slow start, Chennaiyin FC got their campaign back on track in the second half of the season. While they finished the league stage conceding the second most goals, Majumder’s saves bailed the team out on many occasions. His best performance of the season came during their comeback win against Mohun Bagan Super Giant, where he amassed a league-best record of 11 saves in one game, a record-breaking stat in the ISL.

Rehenesh TP (Jamshedpur FC) - 61 saves in 20 matches

After enduring a challenging campaign last season, Rehenesh started this season very well with Jamshedpur FC, keeping three clean sheets in their opening four matches. However, the Men of Steel have struggled to keep the ball out of the net since then, managing only two clean sheets in their remaining matches.

Despite this, the custodian continued to perform admirably, making crucial saves and earning vital points for his team. Rehenesh made 61 saves, the fourth-highest in the league, with a save percentage of 70%.

Prabhsukhan Singh Gill - 54 saves in 21 matches


Despite East Bengal FC missing out on a playoff spot, they registered their best defensive record in the ISL this season, securing seven clean sheets, with Gill playing a pivotal role in this achievement. With his commanding presence, he effectively marshalled the defensive line while making numerous remarkable saves. Gill amassed 54 saves across 21 matches, with an impressive save percentage of 68%.