Oliver Kahn was an unmissable presence in the Bayern Munich side across the turn of the millennium, one of Germany’s goalkeeping greats and an iconic figure in Bavaria.
The Germans have produced no shortage of brilliant goalkeepers throughout the decades, and Kahn belongs in the upper echelons of both the nation’s domestic game and European football.
Kahn signed for Bayern during the mid-nineties and remained the club’s number one for over a decade, making 632 appearances across all competitions and winning eight Bundesliga titles and the Champions League amongst his honours.
Imperious as Bayern were crowned champions of Europe in 2000/01, he was named as the World Cup’s best player the following summer after captaining Germany to the final, six years after Die Mannschaft’s success at Euro ’96.
Kahn’s huge frame, aggressive will-to-win and sheer personality made him one of the best goalkeepers of a generation and a legendary name at Germany’s most successful club.
Here are Oliver Kahn’s best saves for Bayern Munich.