MNT Apr 6, 2010
Tim Howard was in his customary position in the Everton goal this past weekend, making three saves in the Toffees' 2-2 draw with West Ham United. One of those saves came from Mido's penalty kick, with Howard springing low to his right to turn the effort around the side of the post. The athletic save marked the third time this season Howard has stopped a spot kick. It is the first time an Everton player has achieved such a mark since Neville Southall in the 1988-89 season. If you want to see video of the stop, head here to catch the top five saves of the week (Shout out to Wolves' Marcus Hahnemann who appears at number five).