Keylor, first foreign goalkeeper who plays 100 Liga games at Madrid

The Costa Rican is the eighth in the historical classification of the club after Casillas, Paco Buyo, Miguel Angel, Juanito Alonso, García Remón, Bañón and Betancort.


Costa Rican Keylor Navas became the first foreign goalkeeper to reach Eibar in the 100th league match with Real Madrid, completing what is his fifth season in the White House. Zinedine Zidane returned to bet on Keylor Navas in the match against Eibar, giving him the continuity that he has lacked for the rest of the season with Julen Lopetegui and Santi Solari, in the third game that the Costa Rican takes part of the four directed from the return to the Real Madrid bench of the French coach. One of the hundred matches that Keylor has played in the First Division with Real Madrid, a total of 147 adding the 47 that he played with Levante, the goalkeeper tico has won 72 matches. According to the club, Keylor became the first foreign goalkeeper of Real Madrid to reach a hundred matches in the league and is currently the eighth in the historical classification of the club after Iker Casillas (510), Paco Buyo (343), Miguel Angel (247), Juanito Alonso (225), García Remón (177), Bañón (132) and Betancort (129) .



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