We draw the conclusion about goalkeepers’ performance.
There were three goalkeepers, who defended Dynamo’s net this year: Belarusians Pavel Pavlyuchenko and Konstantin Rudenok, and also Frenchman Jeremy Malherbe.
Has made 29 appearances in official games and conceded 31 goals: 21 games in the League – 22 conceded goals, 6 games in both Cups – 5 conceded goals and 2 games in Europa League with 4 conceded goals.
The average goals conceded per match is 1,069.
Jeremy made eight clean sheets: 6 in the League and 2 in the Cup.
The longest “dry” run in the League – 358 minutes.
Has made 3 appearances in official matches (plus 11 for Gomel) and conceded 3 goals (8 conceded in Gomel): 2 games in the League – 2 goals conceded, 1 game in the Cup – 1 goal conceded.
The average goals conceded per game is 1 (0,72 in Gomel).
In one of the three games Konstantin didn’t score a goal – against Dinamo Minsk (1:0) and four more clean sheets made for Gomel.
The longest “dry” run in the League – 128 minutes (27 minutes of his last game for Gomel included), and there also was 380 minutes without conceded goals for Gomel in the first half of the season.
Has made 7 appearances in official matches and conceded 2 goals – all in the League. It’s worth mentioning, that Pavel has one more game for Dnepr Mogilev: in last-32 round of Belarusian Cup he appeared as a substitute on 119-th minute and managed to deflect two aftermatch penalties.
The average goals conceded per game is 0,286.
The longest run without conceded goals in the League is 488 minutes, which is second best result of the season.
In March Pavel has played three games for Belarusian U19 team and conceded total of 12 goals from English, Spanish and Norwegian peers. In the end of May has played second half for Belarus U21 in the friendly game against Russia U21 (0:7) and conceded 5 goals. In November he appeared as a sub for Belarus in the friendly fixture, has played one half of the match and conceded a goal.