2014 World Cup Goalkeeper Stats

The 2014 World Cup is over and here is a look how each of the goalkeepers who step foot on the pitch in Brazil performed:

2014 World Cup Goalkeeper stats

10 interesting stats:

0 – Algeria’s Raïs M’Bolhi and USA’s Tim Howard were the only first choice goalkeepers to play in the second round without ever keeping a clean sheet in the tournament.

2 – Costa Rica conceded the fewest goals at the 2014 World Cup.

4 – Jasper Cillessen, Manuel Neuer and Sergio Romero kept the most clean sheets.

14 – Brazil’s Júlio César conceded the most goals at Brazil 2014. The South American side were popular among Over 2.5 Goals Predictions during the competition.

15 – Tim Howard (versus Belgium) made the most saves in a single match.

20% – England’s Joe Hart had the lowest save percentage in the World Cup.

22.5 – Portugal’s Rui Patrício had the shortest time on average between conceding goals.

27 – USA’s Tim Howard made the most saves in the tournament.

91% – Costa Rica’s Keylor Navas had the highest save percentage amongst goalkeepers to play at least two games.

485′ – Argentina’s Sergio Romera went on the longest streak without conceding a single goal at any point during the 2014 World Cup.