Lev Yashin is said to have saved over 150 penalties throughout his outstanding career. In 1963, he was the first Soviet to win the European Footballer of the Year award and he remains the only goalkeeper to have won the honour. The "Black Spider" was between the posts as the Soviet Union claimed the first-ever European Championship in 1960. Yashin guided the Soviet Union to consecutive World Cup quarterfinals in 1958 and 1962, going one better in reaching the semifinals in 1966.
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