World Cup 2014: Ranking the Top 5 Saves from Quarter-Final Games

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World Cup 2014: Ranking the Top 5 Saves from Quarter-Final Games
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Goalkeepers have regularly grabbed the headlines at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Tim Howard against Belgium and Rais M'Bolhi against Germany were two of the best individual performances in Brazil. Both recorded an astonishing number of saves after seeing their goal become practically under siege.

Overall, Manuel Neuer, Keylor Navas, Vincent Enyeama and Guillermo Ochoa have been the most consistent in their position, each maintaining excellent standards throughout the tournament.

Here's a look at the five best saves made during Friday's and Saturday's quarter-final action.

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