Casillas voted top keeper

2010-07-12 08:44
Johannesburg - Spain's Iker Casillas was voted the best goalkeeper after his side won the SWC trophy, beating Holland 1-0 in the final.

Casillas, who twice crucially denied Arjen Robben with the score at 0-0, gets FIFA's Golden Glove award after conceding just two goals in seven matches.

Capping a fine night for Spain was the award for fair play for having the best disciplinary record.
 
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