Thibaut Courtois breaks Keylor Navas record at Real Madrid

Belgian goalkeeper Tebo Courtois, the defender of the Real Madrid club's den, broke his former counterpart Keylor Navas, the current Paris Saint-Germain French goalkeeper.

The Spanish newspaper As, close to the walls of Real Madrid, confirmed that Courtois kept his net clean in five games until Willian José succeeded in scoring a goal in the match al-Miringi against Real Sociedad on Saturday evening.

Courtois sets a historic record with Real Madrid

Courtois surpassed Navas' net record of 534 minutes at the end of the 2014-15 season between May and September.

The Belgian reached 535 minutes without shaking the net, surpassing Navas' number and achieving the sixth-best series to keep the net clean for a goalkeeper in the history of the royal club.

Iker Casillas tops this list by keeping his net clean in 952 consecutive minutes, followed by Puyo with 658 minutes, Araquistin with 542 minutes and Puyo again with 536 minutes.

Santiago Canizares finished fifth with a Clean Sheet in 535 minutes to protect Real Madrid's.