2010 World Cup Goalkeeper Chart (End Quarterfinals)


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(Clive Rose/Getty Images Europe) — Young and inexperienced 24-year-old goalkeeper MANUEL NEUER of FC Schalke 04 Gelsenkirchen, in the German goal for just the 10th time internationally, does well to punch clear in heavy traffic during the World Cup quarterfinal match against Argentina at the Green Point Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa.
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The vital goalkeeper statistics at the end of the Quarterfinal Round from the 2010 World Cup currently being contested in South Africa (source – FIFA.com) :

95.00 % — 19 svs, 1 go – 4 ga — Eduardo — Portugal
93.75 % — 15 svs, 1 go – 3 ga — Diego Benaglio — Switzerland
93.33 % — 14 svs, 1 go – 2 ga — Rais Bolhi — Algeria
90.00 % — 18 svs, 2 go – 5 ga — MANUEL NEUER — GERMANY
89.47 % — 17 svs, 2 go – 4 ga — Eiji Kawashima — Japan
88.23 % — 15 svs, 2 go – 5 ga — FERNANDO MUSLERA — URUGUAY
85.71 % — 24 svs, 4 go – 5 ga — Richard Kingson — Ghana
85.71 % — 12 svs, 2 go – 3 ga — Mark Paston — New Zealand
84.61 % — 11 svs, 2 go – 5 ga — Justo Villar — Paraguay
83.33 % — 10 svs, 2 go – 5 ga — IKER CASILLAS — SPAIN
81.25 % — 13 svs, 3 go – 5 ga — MAARTEN STEKELENBURG — HOLLAND
80.00 % — 20 svs, 5 go – 3 ga — Vincent Enyeama — Nigeria
80.00 % — 12 svs, 3 go – 3 ga — Noel Valladares — Honduras
80.00 % — 12 svs, 3 go – 3 ga — Samir Handanovic — Slovenia
77.27 % — 17 svs, 5 go – 3 ga — Alexander Tzorvas — Greece
76.47 % — 13 svs, 4 go – 5 ga — Julio Cesar — Brazil
76.47 % — 13 svs, 4 go – 3 ga — Hugo Lloris — France
76.19 % — 16 svs, 5 go – 4 ga — Tim Howard — United States
75.00 % —– 3 svs, 1 go – 1 ga — Faouzi Chaouchi — Algeria
75.00 % —– 3 svs, 1 go – 1 ga — Robert Green — England
73.91 % — 17 svs, 6 go – 3 ga — Thomas Sorensen — Denmark
73.68 % — 14 svs, 5 go – 4 ga — Oliver Perez — Mexico
72.73 % —– 8 svs, 3 go – 3 ga — Boubacar Barry — Ivory Coast
72.73 % —– 8 svs, 3 go – 3 ga — Vladimir Stojkovic — Serbia
70.59 % — 12 svs, 5 go – 3 ga — Hamidou Souleymanou — Cameroon
70.00 % — 14 svs, 6 go – 3 ga — Mark Schwarzer — Australia
69.23 % —– 9 svs, 5 go – 4 ga — David James — England
66.67 % — 16 svs, 8 go – 4 ga — Sung-Ryong Jung — South Korea
66.67 % — 14 svs, 7 go – 4 ga — Jan Mucha — Slovakia
66.67 % —– 4 svs, 2 go – 2 ga — Itumeleng Khune — South Africa
62.50 % — 21 svs, 12 go – 3 ga — Myong-Guk Ri — North Korea
58.33 % —– 7 svs, 5 go – 4 ga — Claudio Bravo — Chile
57.14 % —– 4 svs, 3 go – 2 ga — Moneeb Josephs — South Africa
53.85 % —– 7 svs, 6 go – 5 ga — Sergio Romero — Argentina
20.00 % —– 1 svs, 4 go – 3 ga — Federico MARCHETTI — Italy
00.00 % —– 0 svs, 1 go – 1 ga — Gianluigi BUFFON — Italy

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7/5/10 NOTE — The Italians have been completely forgotten as we have been following the goalkeeper statistics for the 2010 World Cup. One might say, the Italians had a forgettable World Cup tournament, themselves. Nevertheless, the Italians have been retroactively added to all the charts posted — which lets Romero of Argentina off the hook!

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