IFFHS ranking for keepers with most ICC clean sheets

For the first time, we publish the historical ranking for the goalkeepers with the most clean sheets in major international club competitions.
Pepe Reina (picture) has finished the current European campaign after his Villarreal was eliminated from the Europa League. This season he increased his world record to 79 clean sheets.
It's hard to say whether Pepe Reina will be able to round that number to 80, given his age (he turns 42 this year), the club's uncertain prospects for next season, and gradual decrease of his playing time.
But there is no doubt that his record will stand for quite some time. To verify this, just look at the table. Current players are highlighted in bold and red.
In addition to the total number of clean sheets, a breakdown by tournament geography is also given (Europe, South America, Africa, World).

1Pepe ReinaSpain2000-78  179
2Rogério CeniBrazil1993-2015 72 173
3DidaBrazil1994-20144028 472
4Edwin van der Sar Netherlands1992-201169  271
5Gianluigi BuffonItaly1996-202069   69
6Iker CasillasSpain1999-201962  365
7Moez Ben ChérifiaTunisia2010-  60 60
8Petr Čech Czech Rep.2000-201959   59
9Manuel Neuer Germany2007-59   59
10Víctor Valdes Spain2002-201452  355
11Franco ArmaniArgentina2013- 54  54
12Ray ClemenceEngland1969-198553   53
13WevertonBrazil2014- 51 253
14FábioBrazil2001- 52 153
15Santiago CañizaresSpain1994-200751   51
16Éver AlmeidaParaguay 1973-1990 48 250
17Mariano AndújarArgentina2005-743  50