Bravo, Masip and Ter Stegen celebrating in Berlín / MIGUEL RUIZ-FCB

The 2014/15 season began with three new faces between the sticks for Barça, with Claudio Bravo, Marc-André Ter Stegen and Jordi Masip taking over from Víctor Valdés, José Manuel Pinto and Oier Olazábal. Below we take a look back at their first year at the Club via 10 key moments

 

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1. Together for the first time in England
The three keepers met up for the first time in the pre-season stage in Birmingham, where they posed for their first picture together.


2. Ter Stegen makes his debut
Claudio Bravo became the regular keeper in the league and Marc-André Ter Stegen for the Champions League and the Spanish Cup, with the German making his official debut on September 17th against Apoel, when a good late save helped Barça take the three points(1-0)


3. Bravo sets clean-sheet record early on
The Chilean broke the league record for a start to the campaign, with 754 minutes unbeaten before Cristiano Ronaldo beat him from the penalty spot in the ninth game of the season.


4. Masip makes his Cup debut
Jordi Masip’s turn came in the second leg of the last 32 of the Spanish Cup against Huesca, which Barça won 8-1.


5. Bravo stars in Mestalla
In one of his best performances of the season, Bravo pulled off some breath-taking saves to keep the side in the game, before Sergio Busquets' injury time winner gave Barça the three points.


6. Agüero penalty save
The young German keeper proved vital in the Champions League Last 16 game against Manchester City. Having won 1-2 in Manchester, Barça were 1-0 up in the return leg when Ter Stegen saved a penalty from Kun Agüero to ensure there were no late nerves at the Camp Nou.


7. A hand that was worth a league!
Barça took their 23rd league title with a 0-1 win at the Vicente Calderón on May 17th. On 9 minutes, Claudio Bravo made a brilliant leaping save from a Giménez header, which with Messi second half strike gave Barça the vital 3 points.


8. Zamora Bravo
That game proved to be Claudio Bravo’s last of the season and he finished with just 19 goals conceded in his 37 games – averaging 0.51 goals a game to take the Trofeu Zamora, as La Liga’s top keeper. In 23 of those 37 league games, Bravo kept a clean sheet


 

9. Masip gets his reward
In the last league game of the season, Jordi Masip got his reward for a patient season of hard work, when he started the match against Deportivo at the Camp Nou, which ended 2-2.


10. European Champions
The climax to the season came with the Champions League win in Berlin that crowned the treble winning campaign. Ter Stegan’s efforts were recognised by his selection as part of the UEFA Ideal XI.


Claudio Bravo's first warm up in La Liga... by fcbarcelona


This is how Ter Stegen trans with Barça... by fcbarcelona