His implication was that a late goal is easier on the keeper because trailing teams tend to be more offensively aggressive than even teams.
"The thing that always freaks you out a little bit like when it’s the 75th minute and they have 15 minutes just to throw caution to the wind," Keller said. "They’ve got some players like Brian McBride who you just don’t want in your 18-yard box. And so it was nice that the goal came so late and it was nice that they didn’t necessarily have all that time to just be throwing balls on top of us."
Meanwhile, here's some of what goal Sigi Schmid had to say about Keller's performance.
"Certainly, Keller made an absolutely huge save (on Freddie Ljungberg). I don’t know, maybe I’m so used to seeing in from him over all the years you sort of expect it. But that’s what great goalkeepers do. They come up with a big save at a key time that keeps you in the game and relies on the team to come through and find their way again."