Between 2014 and 2016 Claudio Bravo won eight trophies as Barça goalkeeper. The Chilean was the blaugrana shotstopper during another great period in terms of titles as the team coached by Luis Enrique recorded the second treble in the Club's history. On 17 May 2015 came the league title, on 30 May the Copa del Rey and on 6 June the Champions League: three titles in which Bravo and his team mate Marc-André ter Stegen played a vital role.
The exceptional year for the Chilean started in wonderful fashion as he kept eight clean sheets in a row on his way to going 755 minutes without conceding, a record that surpassed Pello Artola's former best of 560 minutes for a Barça goalkeeper. Claudio Bravo also claimed the 'Zamora' trophy in 2015, the award handed out to the goalkeeper in Spanish Football with the best record Another record fell as he went past Victor Valdés' and Andoni Zubizarreta's total of 20 clean sheets in the league, the Chilean recording 22 in that 2014/15 campaign. Two records and a handful of trophies for a classy keeper who will always have a place in the hearts of Barça fans.