Khiara Keating: Manchester City keeper wins WSL golden glove

Khiara Keating: Manchester City keeper wins WSL golden glove
Manchester City's Khiara Keating holds the Women's Super League golden glove trophyManchester City FC

Manchester City goalkeeper Khiara Keating has become the youngest player to win the Women’s Super League golden glove award.

Keating, 19, has kept nine clean sheets so far this season and has played in all 21 league games for title contenders City.

Manchester United’s Mary Earps has kept seven clean sheets in 21 games, while Chelsea’s Hannah Hampton has managed six in 10 matches.

Keating, who spent most of the second half of last season on loan at then-Championship side Coventry United, played just three league games for City last season.

Her efforts this year have helped City – who trail leaders Chelsea on goal difference going into the final day on Saturday – concede just 14 goals, the best defensive record in the league.

They play Aston Villa on Saturday, while Chelsea take on Manchester United (both games kick off at 15:00 BST).

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