Atletico plays in Mestalla and Oblak can set several records in the case of not conceding any goal. The Atlético goalkeeper may be the first foreigner to reach 100 goal at zero in the entire history of the competition. In the last match against Granada, Oblak already surpassed Leo Franco (98), who also played in Atlético, as the foreign goalkeeper who more often left his goal to zero in the history of the competition. Andoni Zubizarreta, 235 matches without seeing goal over a total of 622 total matches has been the goalkeeper with the most matches. The second was Buyo, with 213 clashes without fitting over a total of 542 games played. Oblak arrives 99 games without fitting in a total of 176 games. The third is Casillas, with 177 games without seeing goal over a total of 510 games played.In addition, Oblak can enter the goalkeeper club that has reached 100 games without conceding a goal in the same team in the history of the competition, ranking that leads Casillas with Real Madrid (177) followed by Víctor Valdes with Barcelona (173 ). Oblak will be the first to achieve it in the history of Atlético. Abel Resino was 96 games without a goal in the goal of the rojiblanco team. Abel stayed four hundred games without receiving so much. In the next game that Oblak does not score goal will also become the goalkeeper who has less appearances to reach 100 goal in zero in the history of Spanish LaLiga. The Slovenian achieved his first goal to zero on the day of his debut in the competition, on March 21, 2015, in a match against Getafe in Vicente Calderón (2-0) and in total he has managed to remain unbeaten in 56.3 % of their league meetings with the rojiblanco team. Oblak has 99 games without fitting in 176 games.It will surpass the record that Miguel Reina had, which took 222 matches to reach 100 goal at zero in the league tournament. Víctor Valdés needed 227 league games played to reach 100 goal at zero. Oblak will beat them in the next clash without fitting and it could be in Mestalla, where Atlético wants to win against a direct rival in the fight for the Champions League.