Gallery: The Best Latin American Goalkeepers of the Last 35 Years
The (IFFHS) has revealed the ranking of the best goalkeepers in the world in the last 35 years. We tell you which Latin American archers are on this list.
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The prestigious list presented by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS) highlights the best goalkeepers of the late 20th century and the run of the 21st. The list is headed by the Italian Gianluigi Buffon, but within the prestigious ranking there are several Latino goalkeepers who marked an era both in clubs and in national teams.
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These goalkeepers have been standing out over the years, thus becoming a fundamental part of the history of Latin American soccer. In addition to this, these footballers have had the opportunity to stand out in the best teams in the world, achieving many important championships in the old continent. With these outstanding presentations, all these Latin American archers have raised the name of all their countries.
It should be noted that in this list, in addition to those already named, several Brazilian goalkeepers have been awarded like Julio César, Dida y Claudio Taffarel. An aspect that confirms the superiority of this country with respect to the rest of the South American countries. On the other hand, the role that Óscar Córdoba has played for Colombian soccer has been crucial, recalling his achievements as a player for Boca Juniors, Argentina, and the Colombian National Team.
Finally, this ranking has confirmed the relevance that all these Latin American goalkeepers have had for the growth of this position over the years. With their outstanding performances, they have been promoting the birth of great goalkeepers for the continent.