Keylor Navas kept a clean sheet as Real Madrid put three past Atlético in the Champions League semi-final first-leg, to put one foot in the final in Cardiff.
Atlético clean sheet
The Costa Rican ‘keeper played well on the few occasions that Los Rojiblancos threatened the Madrid goal. He denied Kevin Gameiro with a smart stop in the first half, with the French forward bearing down on goal.
As well as placing Real Madrid in a superb position to progress to the final, the match also gave ammunition to Keylor Navas-favouring statisticians.
Navas gains record at Bernabéu
Navas has never lost a Champions League match at the Bernabéu. Of the 11 matches he has played, Madrid have won 10, and drawn one.
The former-Levante player made his debut in a 4-0 victory over Ludogorets in December 2014, when he was still in Casillas’ shadow. The only draw in the subsequent ten undefeated matches came against Borussia Dortmund the following season.