Bow to your new god: Memo Ochoa

Ronald Martinez

This should not be possible.

Paris Saint-Germain drew AC Ajaccio 1-1 in Ligue 1 on Sunday, which is slightly surprising, but not outrageously out of the ordinary. PSG has started slow the past few seasons and Ajaccio, while poor, has an excellent goalkeeper in 'Memo' Guillermo Ochoa.

But then you look at the stats (via WhoScored) and ... wow. This should not be possible. Ochoa made 14 saves on the night and Ajaccio scored with literally the only shot that they took. PSG had an astonishing 81 percent of the possession and won 85 percent of aerial duels while Ajaccio completed just 60 percent of their passes.

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Below, check out the highlights from the Mexican international's incredible performance. Not only does he make 14 saves, at least half of those are absolutely world class, the type of which even the best goalkeepers can't be reasonably expected to make more than once a match or so. It's highly unlikely we'll see a better goalkeeping performance this season, and it's only mid-August.

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