World Cup 2014 Goalkeepers: Good, bad and ugly (1)

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Many football fans across the globe have been raving about the sheer amount of goals that have been scored in the 2014 World Cup so far.

The forwards in Brazil have been in fine form, with five players already hitting two or more goals in the first round of games.

German star Thomas Muller is leading the way after a stunning performance against Portugal, whilst Dutch duo Arjen Robben and Robin Van Persie completely dismantled the world champions, Spain.

But it has been a little more unpredictable when we look at how these countries' number ones have fared so far.

I take a look at the good, the bad and the ugly of keepers so far at the World Cup.

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Iker Casillas

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