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Blog - World Cup Central

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

World Cup's best saves so far

The World Cup has had plenty of goals, but it's had plenty of top saves as well. Here are 10 of our favourites:

Guillermo Ochoa - MEXICO vs. Brazil - Group Stage

GK. Guillermo Ochoa -- Mexico
The Mexico goalkeeper made a number of fine saves, but this close range effort from Thiago Silva was a stunner.

Tim Howard - UNITED STATES vs. Portugal - Group Stage

The one man defence showed his skills with a glorious double save before his heart was broken late on.

Manuel Neuer - GERMANY vs Brazil - Semifinal

Has such a wonderful double save ever mattered less? Germany were 5-0 up, but Neuer wasn't done yet as Paulinho tried his best.

Thibaut Courtois - BELGIUM vs. United States - Round of 16

The Chelsea goalkeeper did stop Lionel Messi when one-on-one, but his save from Clint Dempsey was arguably more important.

Sergio Romero - ARGENTINA vs. Iran - Group Stage

Argentina's keeper would have bigger moments, but this save was vital in stopping a major shock against Iran.

Rais M'Bolhi - ALGERIA vs. Germany - Round of 16

Brave Algeria gave it their best shot against the Germans, as M'Bohli stood strong, especially against this Thomas Muller header.

Vincent Enyeama - NIGERIA vs. Argentina - Group Stage

Lionel Messi may have proved too much for him eventually, but Nigeria's stopper made some crucial saves, including this.

Julio Cesar - BRAZIL vs. Chile - Round of 16

All Hail Cesar
Brazil's No. 1 was emotional beforehand and emotional after he had made two fine stops in the shootout to deny Chile.

Keylor Navas - COSTA RICA vs. Greece - Round of 16

After pulling off some amazing stops in normal time, Navas stepped up in the penalty shootout to deny Fanis Gekas and make history.

Tim Krul - NETHERLANDS vs. Costa Rica - Quarterfinals

If your manager is going to bring you on just for the penalty shootout, you'd better save one. Krul managed it twice from Bryan Ruiz and Michael Umana.