Matt Turner is widely regarded as the best pure shot stopper in Major League Soccer, so it's no surprise that the New England Revolution goalkeeper has a pair of saves in the running for MLS Save of the Year presented by Allstate.
Turner, named a finalist for Allstate MLS Goalkeeper of the Year for the second straight season, is one of only two goalkeepers with two saves amongst the final 16, along with Columbus Crew netminder Eloy Room.
First on the list is a stunning, point-blank save on MLS Golden Boot winner Valentín Castellanos, as Turner made himself big and used a strong right hand to deny the New York City FC forward from just six yards out in the Revolution's 3-2 win over NYCFC on June 19. Turner ultimately won MLS Player of the Week for his seven-save performance in that victory.
Also amongst the finalists is Turner's sprawling save to his left to push Cole Bassett's curling drive around the post in the Revolution's 1-0 win over the Colorado Rapids on October 27. That was one of Turner's four saves in that record-breaking victory as the Revs became the first team in MLS history to reach 73 points.
Voting ends at 11:59 p.m. ET on November 19 and you can cast your vote HERE.