Soccer fever: Internet pays tribute to U.S. goalkeeper’s performance

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Even after a heartbreaking loss to Belgium in the World Cup, soccer fans are still talking about U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard.

Howard was under constant attack, making a record 16 saves throughout the game.

He was also named “Man of the Match.”

The previous record for saves during a World Cup match was 13 in 1978 by Peru’s Ramon Quiroga.

Inspired by his record-breaking performance, the Internet exploded with tributes to the goalkeeper.