- Ederson is for the second season running the goalkeeper with the most clean sheets in the Premier League
- The 27-year-old managed to have 18 clean sheets with one left to play in the current Premier League season
- Petr Cech and Joe Hart are the goalkeepers with the most wins in the English topflight division
Ederson has been crowned the goalkeeper with the most clean sheets in the Premier league earning him the Golden Gloves award, Manchester Evening.
Man City's number shoot-stopper has kept 18 clean sheets so far tied with Chelsea's Edouard Mendy and with one game left to play in the current season.
The 27-year-old won the award in the previous season with 16 clean sheets and has bettered his own record with 18.
The Brazilian was the in between the sticks when the Citizens conceded three goals in the 3-2 loss away at Brighton.
Ederson is also the only goalkeeper that has conceded the least amount of goals among first-choice goalkeepers who have played a comparable amount of games letting in 28 in 35 appearances.
Petr Cech and Joe Hart are the keepers with the most wins since the Golden Gloves award was introduced in the 2004-05 season, winning four times each.
Former England number one Hart won it three straight times while he was a City player between 2010 and 2012.
On the other hand, Cech holds the overall clean sheet record with 24 in a single campaign as Chelsea's goalkeeper.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Pep Guardiola along with his players were celebrating their Premier League triumph as the Spanish boss was caught on camera smoking a large cigar, Daily Mail.
The 50-year-old was singing City's theme song Oasis at the top of his lungs as he was embracing his colleagues in a joyous mood.
The Citizens were officially crowned English champions for the fifth time following Man United's 2-1 loss to Leicester City at Old Trafford.
After the Foxes victory, City players and staff went to their football academy to celebrate the win as revealed by Guardiola.