Claudio Bravo currently has the best goalkeeping record in La Liga / FCB

Claudio Bravo is fully focused on Saturday’s derby at the Power 8 Stadium on Saturday at 4.00pm CET.  After securing passage to the semi-finals of the Champions League, the next challenge is the game with Espanyol, with just six matches to go before the end of the Liga season.

The Chilean has Barça’s local rivals in his sights, as well as the chance to win the Zamora trophy for the best goalkeeping record in La Liga. Bravo has played in all 32 league games so far as and has only been beaten 19 times, which works out at an average of 0.59 goals a game. Diego Alves of Valencia, with 22 goals in 31 games is second with an average of 0.71.

With goalkeeping coach José Ramón de la Fuente following him every step of the way, Bravo is hoping to continue his exceptional form through the last few games of the season. And in this video you can see how he’s going about preparing for the crunch game with the club’s local rivals on Saturday.

Entrenament Resum aturades Claudio Bravo PPD... by fcbarcelona
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