Fernando Muslera is a Uruguayan professional footballer who currently plays for Turkish club Galatasaray and the Uruguay national team as a goalkeeper. Muslera began his career with Defensor Sporting in Uruguay, and after impressing with the club, he moved to Italian club Lazio in 2007. At Lazio, Muslera established himself as one of the best goalkeepers in the Serie A, winning the Coppa Italia twice and the Supercoppa Italiana once. In 2011, he moved to Galatasaray, where he has since won seven Süper Lig titles, five Turkish Cups and four Turkish Super Cups. On the international stage, Muslera has represented Uruguay since 2008, playing in two FIFA World Cups, three Copa Américas, and two FIFA Confederations Cups. He was also a part of their squad that won the 2011 Copa América.
FIFA banned Uruguay players Fernando Muslera and José María Giménez for four games each on Friday for aggressively confronting match officials when the team was eliminated from the
Diego Godin, the captain of Uruguay, and forward Edinson Cavani were each given a one-match suspension by FIFA on Friday.Additionally, Jose Maria Gimenez and Fernando Muslera were both given a four-match suspension by FIFA.After their involvement in the confrontation with the referee, Daniel Siebert, following...
Harry Kane’s late brace earned Bayern Munich a spot in the last 16 of the Champions League after beating Galatasaray 2-1. A frustrating first half saw Bayern have the better chances, with Kane and Leroy Sane testing Fernando Muslera, but Galatasaray began to grow into the game after the break and had a goal ruled […]