Despite being on the losing team in the FIFA Confederations Cup final tonight, Chile and Manchester City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo has been awarded the Golden Glove prize after an impressive tournament.
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The 34-year-old conceded just three goals in five games at the competition in Russia, with his performance in Chile’s semi-final win over Portugal the most impressive. In that, he kept a clean-sheet for 120 minutes before saving all three of Portugal’s attempts in the penalty shootout.
Always a stalwart for his country, Bravo struggled in his first season at Manchester City, leading to the club investing £34.9million in Benfica goalkeeper Ederson Moraes this summer. However, if Bravo can transfer his Chile form to the Premier League, he will provided stern competition for his new Brazilian teammate.