The Slovenian goalkeeper was unbeaten for the 10th time this season in Saturday's 0-3 win at Huesca - he has now kept 10 clean sheets in 20 games.
Jan Oblak kept another clean sheet in the weekend win at Huesca which means he is now unbeaten in half of the league games he's played in this season. The Slovenian goalkeeper pulled out a superb save to deny Cucho Hernández in the game as Atlético ran out 0-3 winners.
With another game unbeaten under his belt, Oblak has now not conceded in 10 of the 20 LaLiga games he has played in this season. In total, he has been beaten just 13 times in the league, averaging 0.65 goals per game. Oblak tops the Zamora Trophy ranking ahead of Getafe's David Soria (16 goals conceded), Barça's Ter Stegen (22) and Sevilla's Tomáš Vaclik (22).
The Atlético keeper has ended the past three seasons with the best figures in LaLiga. Apart from his debut season, in which he only played the last 11 games of the competition after starting out behind Miguel Ángel Moyà, Oblak has picked up the Zamora Trophy every year. He conceded 18 goals in 38 games (0.47 per game) in 2015/16 - to equal Paco Liaño's league record; the following season he let in 21 goals 30 games (0.7 per game) and last season, 22 goals in 37 games (0.59 per game). Impressive figures for a player who at 26 is already considered one of the best keepers in the world if not the best.