With some great strikes, the keepers in League Two face some tough tests but in these four moments, they made the stop and did it in style.
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Jacob Madden (HOU): Brilla were pushing strong for another goal in the opening half hour but on this breakthrough, Madden would not be beaten. In the 27th minute, Brilla chared into the box again and took a hard shot at the near post that was matched with speed by Madden.
James Swomley (BB): The Bolts went on to keep a clean sheet in a 3-0 win but it could've looked a lot different if not from Swomley's early save. In the 13th minute, Manhattan worked through Boston's defense with some quick passing and got a shot off, low to Swomley's right that he parried away to keep the game scoreless.
Nicolau Neto (KVFC): Kaw Valley was defending a two-goal lead and a clean sheet in the 75th minute when St. Louis was able to breakthrough past Valley's backline for a one-on-one against Neto. But the Kaw Valley keeper would not be beaten as he reacted quickly with two strong hands to keep the clean sheet.
Trevor Wilson (POR): It looked like a surefire goal for Victoria but Wilson had other ideas. After a great first save the Timbers U23 keeper had to react quickly to get back for the next chance that he cleared in style with a jumping save.