Belgium's Shot Map From Yesterday's Game Is Bananas

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This, from Squawka, was produced by the goddamn Belgian firing squad that Tim Howard stood in front of for 120 minutes during yesterday's soul-crusher. The man saw 39 shots—the fourth-most ever fired in a World Cup game since they started counting in 1966—and he turned away 16 of them. Nobody has stopped that many shots in a World Cup game since we started keeping track of such things.

If you want to see this terror unfold in the form of a GIF, here you go.

Tim Howard is a saint.