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2022 World Cup Golden Glove Winner: Bounou and Martinez Lead the Odds

Golden Glove Winners Analysis, Odds, and Lines

The goalkeeping position does not win too many prestigious trophies, but the goalkeeper is one of the key players in every football team, mostly in the knock-out stages. There are some great goalkeepers this year. Here are the top favorites for the Golden Glove in Qatar.

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Argentina's goalkeeper #23 Emiliano Martinez celebrates his team's win at the end of the Qatar 2022 World Cup
Emiliano Martinez - Jewel Samad / AFP

Hugo Lloris – France (+400)

Hugo Lloris admits the World Cup semi-final against Morocco took a lot out of the players, but he believes they have enough left in the tank for Argentina. Les Bleus secured their place in the World Cup final with a 2-0 win over Morocco, thanks to goals from Theo Hernandez and Randal Kolo Muani. The win gives France their second consecutive final appearance and sets Lloris up to become the first player to captain his nation to World Cup glory twice.

Despite being one of the most experienced keepers in the tournament, Lloris is the least likely to win the award, even if France beats Argentina on Sunday. He kept just one clean sheet in Qatar, with goals conceded against Australia, Tunisia, Denmark, Poland, and England, and he was relieved to see Harry Kane‘s second penalty fly over his crossbar in the last round.

He is priced at +400 with the latest soccer odds. Still, the Tottenham keeper has been brilliant for his nation and continues to lead them into every game with the same steely determination that saw them win the World Cup four years ago in Russia. To learn more about the match between Platense vs Central Cordoba in the Argentina Liga Profesional.

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Yassine Bounou – Morocco (+160)

Yassine Bounou is the big favorite to win the most prestigious goalkeeper award in football, priced at +160. He had a terrific World Cup and was a hero for his country in penalty shootouts. He saved a few penalties against Spain in a game for the ages that sent Morocco to the quarter-finals versus Portugal. Yassine Bounou first conceded a goal versus Canada, but it was a misfortunate own goal by Nayef Aguerd.

The first goal that this amazing keeper allowed was a sneaky Theo Hernandez goal in the fifth minute of the game against France a couple of days ago. He didn’t have many options in the second goal, as Randal Kolo Muani received a wonderful pass and all he had to do was finish it.

Walid Regragui’s decision to go with Bounou paid off. Bounou’s heroics in goal helped his nation into the last four, knocking out one of the tournament favorites in Spain in the Round of 16 and Portugal in the quarterfinals. His team will play Croatia on Saturday, so Bounou will have another game to impress, and we will include him in our soccer picks and parlays.

Emiliano Martinez – Argentina (+175)

Martinez’s backline has played a crucial part in Argentina’s drive to the finals, with the keeper playing a key role in their shootout win over the Netherlands in the quarterfinals. The Aston Villa goalkeeper is a hugely popular figure in the Argentina camp, repelling Virgil van Dijk and Steven Berghuis in the shootout.

He then kept a clean sheet in the 3-0 victory over Croatia that saw Argentina through to Sunday’s final. Martinez has now kept three shut-outs at this World Cup. He has a big personality and organizes the defense in front of him while also saving shots and claiming crosses. Martinez may need his team to emerge triumphant on Sunday to beat Morocco’s keeper to the prize. No one’s going to gift him this award and Lionel Scaloni will need his star goalkeeper at his lethal best if Argentina is to get a good result over France.

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