Beerschot's Nicoletta den Ridder somehow manages to scoop a rebound over the bar from a yard against Ajax. Oops
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Stunning stops from the men between the sticks
The holy grail of goalkeeping? England World Cup winner and general all-round legend Gordon Banks leaps to his right to keep out Pele's seemingly goal-bound header.
Pony-tailed wonder David Seaman rolls back the years to deny Paul Pescisolido of Sheffield United an FA Cup semi-final equaliser, athletically clawing the ball off the line.
Great-Dane Peter Schmeichel enhances his reputation as Manchester United's greatest ever net-man with a full-stretch stop to deny Newcastle United.
The histrionic Colombian produces one of Wembley's most memorable moments, performing a scorpion kick to keep out Jamie Redknapp's harmless chip goal-wards.
The diminutive Italian proves why he is dubbed the world's best goalkeeper with a stunning stop in the 2003 Champions League final at Old Trafford, Buffon's favourite ever save.
Super-human saves like this one from the Polish glove-man helped earn him a lucrative move from West Bromwich Albion to Manchester United.
Bearded-wonder David James has always been prone to the occasional blunder, but generally scintillating form since joining Portsmouth has helped him break back on to the England scene.
Dudek was, at times, as reliable as a chocolate teapot but an astounding double save to deny Andriy Shevchenko, followed by his penalty-saving heroics, helped Liverpool lift the 2005 Champions League trophy.
The Chelsea stopper has long been lauded the Premier League's top goalkeeper, if not the world's best, and superb saves such as this one whilst falling backwards against Portsmouth have only aided the Czech's cause.
The greatest save ever...or the luckiest? Lyon's Gregory Coupet manages to head a misplaced back-pass onto his own crossbar, before recovering amazingly to keep out the header on the rebound. Incroyable!
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