During the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ we have been treated to some of arguable the best goalkeeping performances the tournament has ever seen.
Early on in the tournament the likes of Guillermo Ochoa took the headlines as he kept out the hosts Brazil to earn Mexico a goalless draw, while the African duo Vincent Enyeama and Rais M'Bolhi claimed many plaudits.
Keylor Navas and Tim Howard produced stunning and record-breaking displays in the knockout stages, while the likes of Julio Cesar, David Ospina, Claudio Bravo and Jesper Cillessen have all impressed. There has even been the two greatest exponents of the sweeper-keeper role in the superb Manuel Neuer and Hugo Lloris on show too.
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