FIFA World Cup: Tim Howard sets new record saving 15 goals against Belgium
United State of America's goalkeeper Tim Howard saved a whopping 15 goals against Belgium in Salvador, Brazil during their round of 16 clash, setting a new FIFA World Cup record
New Delhi: USA’s Tim Howard saved 15 goals against Belgium in Salvador, Brazil, setting a new World Cup record.
The 35-year-old player literally acted like a wall for his team, and fans took to Twitter to praise the star for his tremendous saves, with ESPN even sharing an picture of a US dollar bill with Howard’s face on it.
Tim Howard. Pic/ AFP
But despite the bearded goalie’s post on social media, which said “I believe we will win”, and his outstanding performance between the posts, WC’s last match in the ‘round of 16’ was won by Belgium, who had managed to score 2 goals in against USA’s 1.