United States goalkeeper Tim Howard made 16 saves against Belgium on Tuesday night, the most in the World Cup since FIFA began tracking the stat nearly a half-century ago. And even though the Americans lost, 2-1, Howard is being hailed as a hero for standing up to the Belgian menace.

Seriously, there’s an official White House petition asking that National Airport be renamed for him, and the hashtag #ThingsTimHowardCouldSave is keeping Twitter occupied on Wednesday morning. Here’s some of the best work.

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Fans of both the U.S. and the Belgium national soccer team gathered to watch the game at Freedom Plaza in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday. The U.S. was defeated by Belgium 2-1 in the World Cup Round of 16. (Zoeann Murphy/The Washington Post)

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