New York City FC keeper Sean Johnson continued his strong season, registering five saves in a 2-0 win over the LA Galaxy on Saturday.
Johnson notched his fifth clean sheet in 22 Major League Soccer games this season after having five all of last season. It was his first MLS clean sheet since June 24 against the Red Bulls and his club is currently tied for the lead in MLS wins, and are second in points behind Toronto.
Four of his five saves came in the penalty area against the Galaxy, which tied his season-high set on April 1 against San Jose. Johnson's four saves were tied for the most this weekend in the MLS. Johnson was the only keeper to record four saves inside the box and a clean sheet this weekend.
Three of the saves came inside the six-yard box, his most this season, and tied Andre Blake for the most in any MLS game in 2017.