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Goalkeeper World cup records

Most clean sheets (matches without conceding)
10, Peter Shilton ( England, 1982–1990) and Fabien Barthez ( France, 1998–2006).
Most consecutive minutes without conceding a goal (finals)
517 minutes (5 consecutive clean sheets), Walter Zenga ( Italy, 1990).
Most consecutive minutes without conceding a goal (qualifying)
921 minutes (9 consecutive clean sheets), Richard Wilson ( New Zealand, 1982).
Most goals conceded
25, Antonio Carbajal ( Mexico, 1950–1962) and Mohamed Al-Deayea ( Saudi Arabia, 1994–2002).
Most goals conceded, one tournament
16, Hong Duk-Yung ( South Korea, 1954).
Most goals conceded, one tournament, hosts
14, Júlio César ( Brazil, 2014).
Most goals conceded, one match
10, Luis Guevara Mora ( El Salvador), vs Hungary, 1982.
Most shots saved, one match (no records tracked up to 1962)
15, Tim Howard ( United States), vs Belgium, 2014.
Fewest goals conceded, one tournament, champions
2, Fabien Barthez ( France, 1998), Gianluigi Buffon ( Italy, 2006) and Iker Casillas ( Spain, 2010).
Fewest goals conceded, one tournament
0, Pascal Zuberbühler (  Switzerland, 2006).
Most penalties saved, one tournament (excluding during shootouts)
2, Jan Tomaszewski ( Poland, 1974) and Brad Friedel ( United States, 2002).
Fewest goals conceded, penalty shootouts, one match
0, Oleksandr Shovkovskiy ( Ukraine), vs Switzerland, 2006.

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