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07/05/2019 - 11:51 BST

Photo: Kepa Save Proves You Shouldn’t Listen To This Advice, Former Chelsea Goalkeeper Tells Custodians


Former Chelsea shot-stopper Mark Schwarzer has hailed Kepa Arrizabalaga’s technique that helped him pull off a spectacular save against Watford on Sunday.

Maurizio Sarri’s men secured their berth in next season’s Champions League with a convincing 3-0 win over high-flying Watford at Stamford Bridge on Sunday in the Premier League.

Despite their dominant performance after the half time interval that yielded goals from Ruben Loftus-Cheek, David Luiz and Gonzalo Higuain, Chelsea were put under pressure early on in the first half.

The Hornets started brightly and were kept out mainly due to the heroics of club-record signing Kepa, who produced a spectacular save early on to deny Troy Deeney.


As such, the Chelsea shot-stopper has come in for encouraging words from Schwarzer, who hailed the goalkeeper for his impressive top hand technique that helped him pull off the save.

Schwarzer explained that Deeney’s attempt was the type of effort that can only be kept out with the top hand and vouched for Kepa by admitting no goalkeeper should listen to others suggesting they should not use their top hand to make saves.

“A great example that there are certain saves that a goalkeeper can only make with his top hand, it would be impossible with his other”, Schwarzer wrote on Twitter, posting a photograph of the save.


“So when anyone tells you a keeper should never make a save with it, don’t listen as they have no clue.”

Schwarzer, who joined Chelsea from Fulham in 2013, earned more than 100 caps at senior level for Australia during his two-decade long career with the national team.