Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga once again proved his world-record price-tag this afternoon to deny Wilfried Ndidi from scoring a thunderbolt for Leicester.
In the 41st minute of the match-up the Spaniard used every inch of his reflexes to prevent Wilfried Ndidi from firing Leicester into the lead just on the stroke of halftime.
Ndidi has a knack for scoring outrageous goals from outside of the box and Kepa had to be at his very best to stop Ndidi from adding this strike to his highlight reel.
Check out Kepa’s save below:
— Travis Clayton (@travisclayton17) December 22, 2018
Class save from Kepa. Such a bargain.
— ¹? (@ClinicaIEden) December 22, 2018
Check out some reaction to Kepa’s save:
If you’re wondering why he’s the most expensive goalkeeper in the world, there’s your answer.
— Suleiman II (@Le_Magnifiq) December 22, 2018
Better than alisson imo
— ( ?° ?? ?°) (@JordanDraycott) December 22, 2018
If Alisson made that save their would be documentaries about it.
— Ethan ??????? (@TheChelsTalks) December 22, 2018
The 24-year-old joined the Blues for a fee understood to be in the region of £71.6m according to The Guardian. Kepa’s move to West London was the biggest fee spent on a goalkeeper – breaking the record set by Liverpool when they signed Alisson.