Keylor Navas is just 133 minutes away from breaking Jens Lehman’s record for the most minutes without conceding a goal in the Champions League.

The former Arsenal shotstopper went 853 minutes in the 05/06 and 06/07 season without conceding during a run of 10 games.

It might, however, have come to an end earlier had he not been shown a red card in the 2006 Final in Paris. Despite his blunder in that game he was still named UEFA Goalkeeper of the Year for 2006 (an award he also won in 1997).

Missing most of that match may not have helped Arsenal win the trophy, but it certainly helped Jens’ record.

Saint-Denis, FRANCE: Arsenal's German goalkeeper Jens Lehmann (back) makes a fault on Barcelona's Cameroonian forward Samuel Eto'o during the UEFA Champion's League final football match Barcelona vs. Arsenal, 17 May 2006 at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, northern Paris. AFP PHOTO PASCAL PAVANI
Saint-Denis, FRANCE: Arsenal’s German goalkeeper Jens Lehmann (back) makes a fault on Barcelona’s Cameroonian forward Samuel Eto’o during the UEFA Champion’s League final football match Barcelona vs. Arsenal, 17 May 2006 at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, northern Paris. AFP PHOTO PASCAL PAVANI

Real Madrid face Wolfsburg in the competition on Wednesday evening and should Navas make it through the match without letting in a goal, he would only need to keep a cleansheet for the first half of the second leg to take the German’s record.

MADRID, SPAIN - NOVEMBER 03: Goalkeeper Keylor Navas (L) of Real Madrid CF comforts Zlatan Ibrahimovic (R) of Paris Saint-Germain during the UEFA Champions League Group A match between Real Madrid CF and Paris Saint-Germain at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on November 3, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno/Getty Images)
MADRID, SPAIN – NOVEMBER 03: Goalkeeper Keylor Navas (L) of Real Madrid CF comforts Zlatan Ibrahimovic (R) of Paris Saint-Germain during the UEFA Champions League Group A match between Real Madrid CF and Paris Saint-Germain at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on November 3, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno/Getty Images)

It might not be quite as easy as some might imagine, however.

The first leg is in Germany and the Bundesliga side have a good home record in front of goal.

In the league, they have only failed to score at their own place once – and that was against Bayern Munich.

They are averaging 1.9 goals at the Volkswagen Arena this season.

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