Iñaki Peña managed to write himself into Barcelona folklore this week despite being at the tender age of only 14, as the teenaged goalkeeper saved six penalties in a shootout, while he also netted the decisive spot-kick himself.
Playing for one of Barcelona's La Masia sides, Peña displayed fantastic ancipatoon to predict correctly six times against Atletico Madrid and demonstrated nerves of steel to successfully dispatch his effort when required.
Taking a penalty is a rarely performed activity by a goalkeeper, and Peña may go the rest of his career without ever being needed to take another spot-kick.
But some shot-stoppers have made their respective names more for their ability from set-pieces rather than their skills between the sticks; scoring more frequently than players utilised in more advanced positions.
They may be rare, but prolific goalkeepers are far from unheard of, with South America in particular having produced a number of glovemen with a penchant for scoring.
Here are the top 10 most prolific 'keepers in football history...
1. Rogério Ceni: 111 goals
Teams: Brazil, São Paulo
2. José Luis Chilavert: 62 goals
Teams: Paraguay, San Lorenzo, Real Zaragoza, Vélez Sársfield, Peñarol, Strasbourg, Sportivo Luqueno, Guarani
3. Dimitar Ivankov: 42 goals
Teams: Bulgaria, Levski Sofia, Kayserispor, Bursaspor
4. René Higuita: 41 goals
Teams: Colombia, Deportivo Rionegro, Deportivo Pereira, Guaros de Lara FC, Bajo Cauca FC, Aucas, Atletico Junior, Real Cartagena, Independiente Medellín, Tiburones Rojos de Veracruz, Atlético Nacional, Real Valladolid, Millonarios
5. Johnny Vegas Fernández: 39 goals
Teams: Peru, Sport Boys, Union Huaral, Universidad San Martín de Porres, FBC Melgar, Sporting Cristal, Sport Ancash, Cienciano
6. Jorge Campos: 34 goals
Teams: Mexico, UNAM Pumas, Atlante, Tigres, Puebla, Chicago Fire, Cruz Azul, Los Angeles Galaxy
7. Hans-Jörg Butt: 32 goals
Teams: Germany, Hamburg, Bayer Leverkusen, Bayern Munich, SL Benfica, Oldenburg
8. Misael Alfaro: 31 goals
Teams: El Salvador, Luis Ángel Firpo, San Salvador, Águila, Alianza, Metapán
9. Dragan Pantelić: 26 goals
Teams: Yugoslavia, Radnički Niš, Girondins de Bordeaux, FK Timok Zajecar, FK Graficar
10. Marco Cornez: 24 goals
Teams: Club Deportivo Palestino
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