Soccer is a beloved sport around the world, and it has seen some incredible feats over the years. One of the most impressive records in soccer is the longest shutout streak in history. This record is held by the legendary goalkeeper, Edwin van der Sar, who went an astonishing 1,311 minutes without conceding a goal. Van der Sar achieved this remarkable feat while playing for Dutch club Ajax in the 1995-96 season.
He started his streak on October 22nd, 1995 and ended it on April 13th, 1996. During this time, he kept a total of 14 clean sheets in all competitions. Van der Sar's shutout streak was an incredible display of endurance and skill. He was able to stay focused and alert for over 1,300 minutes of play, which is an extraordinary accomplishment. He was also able to make some spectacular saves during this time, which helped him keep his streak alive.
The second longest shutout streak in soccer history belongs to Petr Cech, who went 1,025 minutes without conceding a goal while playing for Chelsea in the 2004-05 season. Cech's streak started on October 16th, 2004 and ended on February 5th, 2005. During this time, he kept a total of 11 clean sheets in all competitions. The third longest shutout streak in soccer history belongs to Iker Casillas, who went 973 minutes without conceding a goal while playing for Real Madrid in the 2008-09 season. Casillas' streak started on October 26th, 2008 and ended on February 7th, 2009. During this time, he kept a total of 10 clean sheets in all competitions. These three remarkable players have set some incredible records in soccer history and have demonstrated that it is possible to stay focused and alert for long periods of time. Their records are a testament to their skill and dedication to the sport.