A year on from Alisson's remarkable headed goal against West Brom, Planet Sport take a look at the other members of the goalscoring goalkeepers club.
Tim Howard currently plays as goalkeeper for USL Championship club Memphis 901 FC. He is also minority owner and sporting director of the club.
The player began his career in the United States with MetroStars before a move to Manchester United in 2003 shot him to superstardom.
A move to Everton followed in 2006 and it was at Goodison Park that Howard began to show his true worth in English football.
A commanding presence between the posts, Howard won 121 caps for the USA.
He played in both the 2010 and 2014 World Cups and was named man of the match as the US held England to a 1-1 draw in their 2010 tournament opener.
Career at Manchester United
He made 36 Premier League appearances in his first season and penned a permanent deal in February 2007. Everton paid Man United around $4million for his signature.
He saved two penalties against Man United in an FA Cup semi-final in April 2009 to ensure Everton reached the final, where they lost to Chelsea.
Return to MLS
Howard showed solid form, saving three penalties in a shootout against LA Galaxy to see his side advance to the MLS playoff semifinals.
He made 100 appearances in MLS for Colorado, exhibiting the same commanding presence that had made him a firm fans' favourite while at Everton.
International career with the United States
Howard was selected in the squad for the 2006 World Cup in Germany but acted as back-up to Kasey Keller.