The United States' Jonathan Klinsmann was named the top goalkeeper at the CONCACAF Under-20 Championship after the Americans' won the competition on Sunday.
Klinsmann, the son of former United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann, kept his second clean sheet of the event in the final to help the U.S. beat Honduras on penalties.
The 19-year-old, a sophomore at California, previously shut out Mexico in the previous round and in total allowed just four goals in six games
More hardware: The captain Erik Palmer-Brown wins Golden Ball, while Jonathan Klinsmann takes home Golden Glove.
Well done, well done! 👏 pic.twitter.com/IGd2TIiRxR
- U.S. Soccer YNT (@ussoccer_ynt) March 5, 2017
U.S. captain Erik Palmer-Brown, who plays for Sporting Kansas City, was also honored with the Golden Ball as the tournament's top player.
The Golden Boot went to Mexico's Ronaldo Cisneros, who scored one more goal than the U.S.'s Brooks Lennon and Panama's Ricardo Avila.
Just by reaching the final, the U.S. qualified for this summer's Under-20 World Cup in South Korea.