Buffon Best Goalkeeper in History

Juventus and Italy goalkeeper, Gianluigi Buffon, had the honor of IFFHS. Didapuk Buffon as the best goalie of all time, surpassed the names of the other major. That is the result of calculation conducted the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS) as the Italian Football preached. Buffon got an 87, well ahead of Iker Casillas which ranks second with a value of 69. While in third place, there is the legendary Danish goalkeeper, Peter Schmeichel with a value of 63. Buffon is the greatest achievement led Italy to be the world champion in 2006. In addition, 31-year-old goalkeeper was also pocketed two scudetto and a number of individual awards. IFFHS only count the data in the last 23 years because the project of recording the history of football statistics and the new world began in 1987. That is, the names before the year was not assessed. Under Buffon, Casillas and Schmeichel, ranked 4-10 filled by Oliver Kahn (4), Edwin van der Sar (5), Jose Chilavert (6), Walter Zenga (7), Petr Cech (8), Michel Preud'homme (9) and Claudio Taffarel (10). Besides Buffon and Zenga in the top 10, Italy which is famous for producing tough goalie-goalkeeper Francesco Toldo was also placed in the rank and Gianluca Pagliuca 20 in position 22. Preceded by Buffon in the Juve and Italy, Angelo Peruzzi, ranked at 35, the former AC Milan goalkeeper Sebastiano Rossi at number 45 and Luca Marchegiani on 70 ratings. Here are 10 of the world's best goalkeeper IFFHS versions: 1. Gianluigi Buffon 2. Iker Casillas 3. Peter Schmeichel 4. Oliver Kahn 5. Edwin van der Sar 6. Jose Luis Chilavert 7. Walter Zenga 8. Petr Cech 9. Michel Preud'homme 10. Claudio Taffarel


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