Perfect time to give Amrinder Singh the number 1 spot?

Amrinder Singh has been proving himself day in and day out. But the custodian is yet to get enough chances in National team.

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A product of the Punjab Government-run Sports Wing Academy, this Mahilpur lad joined Mumbai City FC for Hero ISL 2016 after stints with ATK in Hero ISL, and Bengaluru FC and Pune FC in the Hero I-League. Amrinder Singh kept clean sheets in five of his six matches for Mumbai City in 2016, thus winning the Golden Glove Award. The 2017-18 campaign proved to be even better for the goalkeeper as he finished with 55 saves – the most by any keeper in the league. He maintained his lofty standards and took the Islanders to greater heights for the 2018-19 season.

With Amrinder, Mumbai City FC this season managed to keep 7 cleansheets from 19 matches. They conceded 23 goals. Out of those 23 goals, Islanders conceded 13 against FC Goa in 3 matches. They managed to keep cleansheet against FC Goa in the 2nd leg of semifinal.

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Amrinder faced 89 shots on target and managed to 66 out of them. His save percentage was 74.15%. Amrinder took 86 catches was confident whenever he came out to catch the balls in the set-pieces.

When it comes to distribution, Amrinder Singh and Gurpreet Singh Sandhu share equal passing accuracy which is 57%. Both club, Bengaluru FC and Mumbai City FC had different playing style. Bengaluru FC were playing possession based football on the other hand, Mumbai City FC were more dependent on counter attacking football and long balls. Still both have same passing accuracy.

Even At Bengaluru FC, Amrinder was doing pretty well. Especially in the AFC Cup, in the away leg against JDT in the semi finals Amrinder made some world class saves or else JDT would have ran away winners in the first leg.

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Gurpreet Singh Sandhu made some mistakes in ISL 2018-19. Gurpreet Singh made couple of big mistakes against Delhi Dynamos which costed them 3 points. Gurpreet Singh struggled on low shots. In the India VS Jordan match before the AFC Cup, Gurpreet did a huge blunder when opponent goalkeeper managed to score a goal from his own half.

Amrinder brings safety and has rarely made a mistake this season. He has been continuesly performing well for Mumbai City FC. He impressed everyone with his sharp reflexes. In the game against Thailand, Amrinder managed to keep a cleansheat.

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