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Madrid have kept 16 clean sheets in LaLiga so far

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NEWS | 30/06/2020

They have conceded the least goals this campaign, just 21 in 32 games so far.
A solid defensive record continues to prove the basis for Real Madrid's LaLiga successes so far this campaign. Having kept three clean sheets in five games since the restart, the Whites have now managed 16 shut-outs, that's half of their 32 matches to date. Madrid have kept the opposition out times than any other team, followed by Atlético (14).

Zidane's team have not conceded a single goal in either of their LaLiga meetings with Barcelona and Atlético. They've also kept out Osasuna, Leganés, Betis, Espanyol, Athletic, Valencia and Mallorca, at home; and Sevilla, Éibar, Getafe, Valladolid and Espanyol, on the road.

Least goals conceded
Another impressive stat which reflects well on Real Madrid's defensive efforts this term, is the fact they have conceded the least goals in LaLiga at just 21. It's the second-best figure in the club's history at this stage of the season, eclipsed only by the 20 conceded after 32 games in 1987/88.