Although the U.S. national team lost to Belgium 2-1 in overtime in the Round of 16, USMNT goalkeeper Tim Howard had the most saves in the World Cup in a half century.
Here are Howard’s best saves of the game:
Howard is a Brick Wall
He Get’s Hit With Shot After Shot By Belgium
Tim Howard Was Forced Into an Acrobatic Save Early in the Second
Tim Howard took no chances with a Dries Mertens header from long range after De Bruyne scooped the ball into him from the right wing. After looping in the air for what seemed like an eternity, Howard tipped it over the bar.
He Saves a Shot Against Lukaku
He Comes in Clutch Again
At 75 minutes Howard Made a Save Against Kevin Mirallas
Howard was the sole reason the USMNT stayed in the game.
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