Twitter Congratulates Tim Howard’s Performances With Hilarious ‘Things Tim Howard Could Save’ Hashtag

Twitter Congratulates Tim Howard’s Performances With Hilarious ‘Things Tim Howard Could Save’ Hashtag

The USA may have fallen short against Belgium and be heading home after they were knocked out of this year’s World Cup, but there are several positives which coach Jurgen Klinsmann can take away with his team.

The main thing, of course, being the performances of Everton goalkeeper, Tim Howard.

While his defensive line struggled to cope with Belgium’s attacking threat last night, Howard pulled off a catalogue of heroic saves which kept his team alive.

And now Twitter has responded with the fantastic hashtag, Things Tim Howard Could Save.

By Stuart Hynd – @supers0nic_

1) Ned Stark, From Game Of Thrones

2) Steven Gerrard’s Fall Against Chelsea

3) Mufasa, From The Lion King

4) Kanye West, From Being An Idiot

5) Dinosaurs Becoming Extinct

6) The Sinking Of The Titanic

7) That Poor Shovel Girl

8) Janet Jackson’s ‘Wardrobe Malfunction’

9) Bambi

10) That Woman From The Jaws Poster

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