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Joe Hart can become the world's best goalkeeper

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Most people's attention will have been drawn to Sergio Aguero's phenomenal performance against Tottenham in the Premier League, as Manchester City dismantled the north London side 4-1.

But towards the back of the field, the much-maligned Joe Hart was in scintillating form yet again for his team. Not only saving Roberto Soldado's feeble penalty but also making saves at crucial times from Ryan Mason and then Soldado again.

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The England international has been in fine form for both club and country this season and has been one of City's key players so far this season, bearing in mind the fact that the best goalkeepers from recent times such as Iker Casillas, Petr Cech and Gianlugi Buffon have either been out of the team or in patchy form.

Manuel Neuer aside there are no world-class keepers around at the moment and even young keeping prospects like David de Gea and Thibaut Courtois have their flaws.

This leads us to consider that if Hart can keep up his good form for the rest of the season, can he become the world's best goalkeeper? He certainly has age on his side but does he have the confidence and belief to be among the worlds elite?

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Topics:
Sergio Aguero
David de Gea
Manchester City
Premier League
Iker Casillas
Thibaut Courtois
Football
Joe Hart
Manuel Neuer

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