Unsung hero: Fernando Muslera

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The baby faced Muslera just celebrated his 24th birthday. In goalkeeping years, he is a toddler when compared to some of the graybeards who still continue in his position. He had about a half dozen national caps for the Charruas but for those who follow the Serie, his performances for Lazio have been nothing short of phenomenal.
He has continued that form in this World Cup keeping clean sheets during the group stage conceding just the one goal to the South Koreans in the Group of 16. Today, he fell prey to Sulley Muntari’s long range bomb.
Muslera, however came up big in the biggest moment in his country’s World Cup history since 1970, as time stood still in Montevideo – by stopping John Mensah and Dominic Adiyiah in today’s penalty shootout. Both Ghanaian’s might be guilty of not making better shots but Muslera showed enough composure and anticipation to pull of those saves under tremendous pressure.

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3 comments on “Unsung hero: Fernando Muslera
  1. fernando muslera i only love uruguay because of you and i think that u are the hottest dude alive and i hope that uruguay wins the world cup this year because they have the best and cutest goalkeeper in the world.

  2. I think he is wonderfull. I saw him at the wordlcup 2010 and he was the only one i liked. He is very good, nice and very handsome. I hope to see a lott off him. He is so cute

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