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The absolute calmness with which Ter Stegen gets up and grabs that ball is superhuman. Mad mad mad cool head.
— Jack J Collins (@jackjcollins) September 17, 2019
How was Ter Stegen that nonchalant on the second save after saving the penalty like he was picking groceries at the store and not plucking the ball just metres from the line?
— Roy (@Roygista) September 17, 2019
Once again, Marc-André Ter Stegen proves why he’s the best goalkeeper in football.
— Zach Lowy (@ZachLowy) September 17, 2019
??Ter Stegen’s performance back in Germany unsurprisingly prompted another conversation about who really is Die Mannschaft’s best goalkeeper.
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Ter Stegen coming to Germany and showing Neuer he’s the present and future as the best goalkeeper in his homeland.
— Kvng_Sean ?? (@Lil_seanberry) September 17, 2019
Of course Ter Stegen is brilliant, nobody can deny that but why would Neuer cry after one game when he’s literally got Ter Stegen on strings even in a press?
— J (@_ARP_SZN) September 17, 2019
Ter Stegen has a good game but, all those ridiculous Barca fans comments about Neuer just don’t give me a chance to appreciate his talent.
— ???, ?????? (@navvidu) September 17, 2019
Cannot believe Neuer has been starting over Ter Stegen for Germany.
— J (@fichasdeajedrez) September 17, 2019
How is Neuer benching Ter Stegen in Germany??!!!!!
— Afolabidavidcreates (@themainafolabi) September 17, 2019
??Did that clear things up as far as public opinion on Neuer or ter Stegen goes?
No, it didn’t for us either.
But whichever side of the fence you sit on, Neuer’s time with the national team is coming to an end and Barcelona’s ter Stegen is inevitably at the front of the queue to take up the mantle as Germany’s number one goalkeeper.