In a FIFA Confederations Cup packed with goals, it is a man charged with keeping them out who won his second Anheuser Busch Man of the Match award of the tournament, appropriately enough, after a goalless draw between Mexico and Greece.

Mexico goalkeeper Oswaldo Sanchez pulled off a double miracle save to keep out Zisis Vryzas and impressed FIFA Technical Study Group member Andy Roxburgh throughout the match.

"I have to say that we didn't find it difficult to pick a Anheuser Busch Man of the Match in this game," said Roxburgh. "It was a fairly straightforward decision for us. It was a game where both teams cancelled each other out. That is obvious when you look at the result.

"One of our criteria for picking the Man of the Match is this: Has anyone made the difference to the result? We thought that in this match both goalkeepers played well, but we gave the award to the Mexican goalkeeper Oswaldo Sanchez because he made a couple of great saves.

"The double save that he made in the first half stopped Greece winning the match. That particular piece of play was remarkable. Then, right at the end when Greece could have won it, he made another brilliant one-handed stop.

"We feel that Sanchez made a significant difference to the result – his goalkeeping was excellent throughout the 90 minutes. He clearly is a brilliant shot-stopper and he did well in that capacity tonight."