Brazil’s penalty shootout hero Julio Cesar 19/10 to win the World Cup Golden Glove
Competition: World Cup
Market: Julio Cesar to win the World Cup Golden Glove
Odds: 19/10 @ Betfair
After making two saves in the penalty shootout to earn Brazil a win over Chile after extra time, goalkeeper Julio Cesar now finds himself the bookies’ favourite to win the World Cup Golden Glove, given to the best ‘keeper in the tournament.
Spain’s Iker Casillas was awarded the 2010 World Cup Golden Glove after leading his country to glory as captain. He conceded just two goals all tournament and kept an impressive five clean sheets.
Despite Cesar being uncertain about his club future, he isn’t likely to be without offers this summer if he can carry on in the same fashion between the sticks for the tournament favourites.
Betfair are giving the QPR shot-stopper odds of 19/10 to win the World Cup Golden Glove this summer, but he will have stiff competition elsewhere.
France’s Hugo Lloris has been a rock in goal for Les Blues and has helped France keep a very impressive defensive record. Germany ‘keeper Manuel Neuer has only let in two goals so far, while Belgium’s Thibaut Courtois is another player competing for the Golden Glove.
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