A Premier Soccer League shot-stopper is among the top-scoring goalkeepers worldwide over the past decade.
Click through the gallery above to see the top-goalscoring keepers worldwide over the past decade, according to the IFFHS!
The International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS) recently ranked the most lethal goalkeepers in front of opposition goals between 1 January 2011 and 31 December 2020.
Top of the list is Brazil legend Rogerio Ceni, who netted an incredible 36 times during that period despite retiring in 2015 already.
His tally is 26 more goals than any other shot-stopper over the same time frame, and perhaps even more impressively, his 36 strikes are just a portion of his 129 career goals between 1990 and 2015.
While Ceni was well-known for his free-kick and penalty-taking skills, 10 other goalkeepers managed to score seven or more goals over the past decade.
Among them is Mamelodi Sundowns stopper Kennedy Mweene, who registered eight strikes over the past decade. Six of them came for Free State Stars, while he also netted twice on national team duty with Zambia.
Overall, Mweene scored 11 times in official games for Stars, according to Transfermarkt, but five of his goals came before 1 January 2011 and therefore fall outside the past decade – you can see the 11 top-scoring keepers of the past 10 years by scrolling through the gallery above!