Jens Lehmann

Jens Lehmann

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Jens Lehmann (; born 10 November 1969 in Essen) is a retired German football goalkeeper. He was voted UEFA Club Goalkeeper of the Year for the 1996–97 and 2005–06 seasons, and he has been selected for three World Cup squads. He was a member of Arsenal's Invincibles, playing every match of their famous unbeaten title winning season. He also hold's the UEFA Champion's League record for the most consecutive clean sheets, having not conceded a goal in 10 matches whilst at Arsenal.

Club career

FC Schalke 04

Lehmann started his career in 1988 with Schalke 04, playing for them for nearly a decade. His first years were rocky, notably a game against Bayer Leverkusen in 1993 in which he conceded three goals and was substituted after 45 minutes, but Lehmann gradually established himself as a strong keeper lauded for his ability to intercept crosses.

He scored his first league goal on 12 March 1995 in a 6–2 victory over 1860 Munich in the 84th minute, scoring Schalke's sixth goal from the penalty spot.

Lehmann became Schalke's team hero in their 1997 UEFA Cup Final victory over Internazionale, after playing a strong season and saving an Iván Zamorano penalty in a penalty shootout.

A.C. Milan

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