Manuel Neuer, a 33-year-old German football player, was born on March 27, 1986, in Gelsenkirchen, Germany.
He plays as a goalkeeper in Bayern Munich and in Germany he wears the No. 1 shirt.
He was playing for his country in 2010, which was held in South Africa.
Manuel Neuer, Germany’s number one goalkeeper
In 2005 the player signed a contract with Schalke Club and his performance developed until the 2006/07 season
He played in the Bundesliga for the first time when Frank Rost was injured and Manuel was responsible
Despite his young age, he maintained the score of two goals with defending champion Bern Munich.
In mid-2011 the player moved to Bern Munich with a five-year contract in a deal worth 22 million euros, and with this deal, Manuel Neuer became the second goalkeeper after veteran goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon.
In 2013 he won the three championships with Bayern Munich and also won the award for best goalkeeper in the world for four consecutive years in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016.
His career is Manuel Neuer International
On August 15, 2006, Noir first played for the Germany U-21 squad,
In a match against the Netherlands, and in 2009 he won with Germany in the European U-21 Championship
Against England, where he managed to keep his nets clean and the final match ended with his team’s victory by a clean four.
In May 2009 Noir was called up to join Germany’s first team and to participate in his first match against the Emirates,
Then he drew 2/2 against Ivory Coast despite the first goal bears his responsibility, but the German national team coach did not blame him but praised his performance.
In the 2010 World Cup and he played all the matches of the cup, except for one match, it was the match for third place, and he played it as a kind of honour by goalkeeper Hans Jorg.
Achievements full of achievements by Manuel Noir
In 2012, the player played all of the European Nations qualifying matches,
Also, he was credited with winning Germany in ten matches and leading the group, and everyone praised his performance,
also participated in the group stage in a difficult group that was called the Death Group
He was knocked out of the German national team by Italy in the semi-finals.
At the 2014 World Cup, Noir was recognized as a goalkeeper with his new and innovative style,
He kept a clean net against the United States, Portugal, and France in the quarter-finals,
It was his 50th game and kept his net clean for the 22nd time, and the German team beat Brazil 7/1 in a historic match.
In the World Cup final match against Argentina, Noir presented a strong match
Germany won a clean goal for Mario Gotze, and Noir won the Golden Glove Award for Best Goalkeeper at the 2014 World Cup.
The player was called in May 2016 to participate with the Germany national team in the European Nations Championship.
In the championship matches, Noir kept his net clean, but in his country’s match against Italy he received a goal from a penalty kick by Leonardo Bonucci.
To cut the series of matches in which he keeps the nets clean,
But the player achieved a record at the time when he did not score any goals, reaching 557 minutes, and with this record he broke the record of the goalkeeper and former Bayern Munich goalkeeper Seb Meyer.
The tournament ended with the elimination of the German team 2-1 in the semi-finals for the host France team.
Also, In 2016 Noir became captain of the team after player Bastian Schweinsteiger retired and participated in the 2018 World Cup Russia.
Player achievements and numbers
Win the 2009 European U-21 Championship, and win the 2014 World Cup.
Also, In 2005 he won with Schalke 04 in the German League Cup.
In 2010 he won the Schalke team with the German Cup.
With Bayern, he won the German league seven times in a row from 2012 to 2019.
With Bayern Munich, he won the German Cup four times in 2012, 2013, 2015, 2018.
won the German Super Cup twice in 2012, 2016.
He once won the Champions League in 2012.
Also, he once won the European Super Cup in 2013.
He once won the Club World Cup in 2013.