Goalkeepers Who Can Win The Golden Glove at Copa America 2021

Goalkeepers Who Can Win The Golden Glove at Copa America 2021

Take a look upon the list of top goalkeepers who can win the golden glove at Copa America 2021 in Brazil

After abundance of late drama, the Copa America 2021 is finally being staged in the home land of the reigning champions, Brazil from June 14, 2021.

With a plethora of superstars being included in the South American football festivity. It is only the world’s best goalkeepers who can keep them at bay. Justifying the same in this article we shall look upon just those contenders who can clinch the Golden Glove at Copa America 2021.

Contenders for Golden Glove at Copa America 2021

5. Fernando Muslera

This goalkeeper has been the first-choice goalkeeper for Uruguay since 2009 and has made 117 appearances for his nation, and is solely behind Diego Godin and Edinson Cavani.

He has been the primary goalkeeper for Galatasaray at domestic level, Muslera knows how to be the man of the match by protecting his goal than any other keeper in the tournament.

Statically speaking, Fernando Muslera, the acrobatic shot stopper saved 9 clean sheets in 22 matches for his domestic club this season, including 76.8 percent sots on target on course.

4. David Ospina

This Columbian goalkeeper might be in his 30s, yet shows no sign of slowing down. He is the most capped goalkeeper for his nation, with a tally of 106.


With Columbia leaving out the likes James Rodriguez from the Copa America 2021, squad, the management and coach have displayed serious motive to lift their second-ever South America silverware.

In Ospina’s sixteen games for Napoli during the 2020-21 Serie A this season, he saved a 50% clear sheet report whereas saving 77 percent of all attempts on target.

3. Claudio Bravo

The Chile captain needs no introduction to any football fanatic especially after leading his team to 2 Copa America triumphs in the last three editions.

After spending his prime at Barcelona and Manchester City, Claudio Bravo has experienced a good stint with in Span’s La Liga with Real Betis.

Bravo secured 9 clear sheets this season and saved 70 percent of the shots fired upon the target. Having won golden glove in Copa America editions earlier, Bravo shows no reason why he can’t repeat the same.


2. Emiliano Martinez

The new face of Argentina in-front of the goal, will be Emiliano Martinez. The fact that Sergio Perez was placed on the bench for majority of his 2020-21 club season, Martinez has subsequently displayed his form to acquire the choice of the first goal keeper.

Talking about his recent Premier League stint for Aston Villa, Emiliano Martinez saved 15 clear sheets, the third-most within the Premier League.

In addition, he saved 76 percent of shots throughout the season and deservingly caught the eye of the nationwide coaches.


The Manchester City goalkeeper is known for his long-range goal kicks and beastly reach to protect the ball from scoring the line. Since making his debut in 2017 for Brazil, Ederson was the second goalkeeping choice for Brazil in the previous Copa America edition.

Yet after his phenomenal 2020-21 club season, one would be stunned if he is not promoted. Ederson saved 19 clear sheets for Manchester City in the recently concluded 2020-21 season, saving 75 percent shots.

Moreover, recognized for his ball distribution, the 27-year-old had a 60% accuracy in lengthy passes.


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