Gary Marheineke can boast the sort of record that any goalkeeper would be proud to call their own.
The England Amputee number one has kept clean sheets in three successive international victories for the nation.
His exploits between the posts helped to secure two recent international victories in a trip to Spain and a home success against the Republic of Ireland at Bisham Abbey on Friday.
And Marheineke, who was born without a lower right arm, has been in just as impressive form in domestic competition.
He didn’t concede a single goal in five matches as his Oxford City team won the English Amputee Football Association League Cup – also staged at Bisham Abbey - at the weekend.