Tim Howard was the undisputed star of Tuesday's World Cup game between the US and Belgium.
Despite the 2-1 loss in extra time, many fans are still proud of the USA keeper who wound up 16 saves - the most in the World Cup since FIFA started keeping track in 2002.
Howard's incredible performance has inspired a nation full of fans to jump on the #ThingsTimHowardCouldSave bandwagon.
The hashtag has been trending on Twitter with the use of memes showcasing what fans believe he would be most likely to save.
Howard's portrayed as saving a toddler from a biting Luis Suarez, saving Mufasa, Simba's father in Disney's "The Lion King," from a wildebeest stampede, and even stopping major terrorist attacks by being entered as the Secretary of Defense of the United States of America on Wikipedia.
Like always, the internet has not disappointed in highlighting sport fans' hero in a different light.