Senegalese goalkeeper Edouard Mendy frustrated his Hilal counterpart, Morocco’s Yassin Bono, and shared the Golden Glove Award with him at the end of the Roshen Saudi Professional League on Monday.
Mendy and Bono kept 15 games each, knowing that the Senegalese played 33 to Morocco’s 31.

Mendy conceded 33 goals with ahli jeddah team, while Bono conceded only 20 with al-hilal team.
Bono made a breakthrough performance for most of the current season of the Saudi League, and appeared to be on his way to a “Golden Glove” award, awarded to the leader of the clean sheet list.


But the Moroccan goalkeeper failed to keep a clean sheet in the last 5 games, conceding at least one goal per game, despite his side winning 4 games and drawing it once.

The last match was against the unit on Monday evening, when he conceded a goal in the final round of the domestic competition, which ended in the leader’s interest 2-1.

At the same time, Mendy managed to come out with a clean sheet in today’s closing match against Al Fayha, securing the upscale 1-0 victory.

The Senegalese also contributed to his own immunization in the penultimate round match against Major (0-0).

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