Here is a list of goalkeepers who can win the Golden Glove CONCACAF Gold Cup 2021 including the predictions and betting tips
The group stage matches of the CONCACAF Gold Cup are coming to an end and we are now heading towards the knockout stages. Moreover, goalkeepers play a huge role in this kind of tournament as we saw in Euro 2020 and in Copa America 2021.
Donnarumma from Italy was impressive throughout the tournament and won the player of the tournament award. Emiliano Martinez saved Argentina in the penalties and gifted Messi his first International trophy. So, can we witness that kind of performance too in the Gold Cup? Let’s see who are the goalkeepers who might surprise us in the tournament and win the golden glove.
CONCACAF Gold Cup 2021 Golden Glove Prediction, Betting Tips
The veteran goalkeeper is 38 years old and is still dominating the game with gloves in his hand. Currently, he plays for Club Universidad Nacional in LigaMX and is the first choice goalkeeper for the team.
Talavera has not conceded any goal in two matches of the Gold Cup. Mexico will be facing El Salvador in the next match who have also not conceded any goal in the tournament.
Mario Antonio Martínez
A 24-year old Goalkeeper who has impressed everyone with his performance. Martinez has two clean sheets in the Gold Cup and four clean sheets in the WC qualifiers. Furthermore, despite being in the same group of Mexico they are on top after two games.
The 26-year-old USA Goalkeeper plays in the Premier League for Champions Manchester City. Moreover, he played very few minutes with the city but was featured in the EFL Cup final against Tottenham Hotspurs where City won the trophy.
The City man conceded just one goal in the tournament that too for scoring six goals against unranked Martinique.
Blake is a Jamaican goalkeeper who plays in MLS for Philadelphia Union for more than 8 years. Furthermore, the goalkeeper has only conceded one goal in the tournament and helped his team to reach the knock stage of the tournament.
Blake is a two-times runner-up with Jamaica of Gold Cup in 2015 and in 2017.
Canadian no.1 man Crepeau is looking good in the tournament as he helped his team to grab 6 points out of those six. Moreover, he has conceded 2 goals in the tournament and will play the final match against USA and in the knock stages.
Crepeau plays for Vancouver Whitecaps FC in MLS and is the number one goalkeeper choice for the team.