Tim Howard can save anything!!

Tim Howard can save anything!!

Only one hashtag worth talking about today as #thingstimhowardcouldsave takes over Twitter

After his string of incredible saves against Belgium last night US ‘keeper Tim Howard is the hero of the hour as internet fans vie to produce pictures of him saving, well, anything.

1. Game of Thrones fans quick to suggest things could have been very different for Ned Stark if Tim was at Kings Landing...

2. ..while Potter followers wondered if he could have done enough to save Dobby.

3. He was pictured keeping the beaches of Amity Island safe for all.

4. Tim also cares for animals, rushing to protect Bambi

5. and arriving at a crucial moment in The Lion King

6. He could even go back in time and affect other World Cup goals

7. Some poor Liverpool fans even convinced themselves he could have saved their season.

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