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Opinion: 10 Outfield Players Who Played as Goalkeepers

Source: Technosport

One of the sweetest things about football is to watch an outsider play, and the players of Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and Leeds United are all very popular. Professional soccer players are often likened to superheroes, until at least one of them is assigned to play between envelopes. Here are some great examples of off-field players.

 1. Kyle Walker

 Pep Guardiola is in urgent need of a goalkeeper when Manchester City face Atalanta off the field in the 2019/20 Champions League group stage. Claudio Bravo was sent off after half-time had been saved by Ederson, who had 10 minutes and a half-time break.

 2. John Oshiya

 We are not sure which one is surprising; Oshewa continued to wear the hat-trick against Arsenal, either at Highbury or once on a White Hart Lane goal. The shirt is three times its size, and is there a smile about everything?

 3. Vinny Jones (1995)

 How did a player with three goals get on the list? Please be patient. Wimbledon's 6-1 defeat could have been worse if Jones had not made a brilliant save on the left side, somehow landed on the post and completed a world-class save against Les Ferdinand.

 4. Nial Quinn

 In 1991, when Tony Coton was sent off, the Irish striker entered. Quinn put an end to punishment in Gelic football, which many feel is his true strength.

 5. Jan Koller - Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich, 2002.

 In football, people tend to complicate matters. Keep things as simple as possible. For example, when you want an outsider to play a goal, who do you choose? Clearly a 6-foot-7-inch man. With 24 minutes left in the game against Bayern, Jens Leman was sent off (disagreed with the referee) and the former Dortmund striker was fired. He could not stop the team from losing 2-1, but he did a lot of good saves and did not score any more goals. Guard of the Day.

 6. Harry Kane

 One of the most memorable moments of Tottenham's forwards was when he scored a late goal in the Europa League. The Englishman joked, showing how good the goalkeepers are at the "basics."

 7. Robbie Savage - Derby (2010)

 A.D. In 2010, Derby County faced Championship Reading. In a 2-1 win, first-choice goalkeeper Stephen Bautater was injured and substitute Saul Dini was sent off just before half-time. Then there was Robbie Savaj, the former midfielder who saved the team's day. Probably a little too heavy for Savage. He made a few good stops in the game but the Derby lost 4-1 away to the Royals and helped Ramsey to two more goals. .

 8. Phil Jagielka

 Neil Warnock fills Jagilka at various times during his time at Sheffield United, most notably in the 1-0 win over Arsenal.

 9. Cosmin Moti

 A.D. In the 2014 Ludogoretts Champions League qualifier against Steaua Bucharest, Moti scored in the final minute of extra time. The game went into a penalty shoot-out and you can imagine what happened next.

 10. John Terry - Chelsea vs. Reading, 2006.

 One goal is enough to lose an injury, but it is difficult to lose both in the same game. This is what happened at Chelsea Reding in 2006, when Peter Cech collided with Stephen Hunt (his skull was broken, which is why he is now wearing head gear) and Carlo Kudicini collided with Ibrahim Sonko. Terry is the man who took off the glove for the rest of the game.

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