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Quite possibly the best goalkeeper in the world, Iker Casillas is the perfect man to have as the last line of defence in a Spain side that has few weaknesses. A sensational shot-stopper, Casillas is brave under the high ball and not slow to come off his line, but can occasionally appear rash in his judgement as a result. A one club man, Casillas moved up through the reserve teams at Real Madrid, becoming a first-team player in 1999. His stunning performance as a replacement for the injured Cesar Sanchez in the 2002 Champions League Final secured the number one jersey, and has not let it go since, becoming Real's most-capped goalkeeper of all time when he was just 27-years-old. A four-time La Liga and two-time Champions League winner, he has little left to prove at club level, despite playing behind a Real defence that has been far from secure over the last decade. Aged 29 at the World Cup, Casillas conceivably has another decade left of his career, and with over 100 Spain caps and a Euro 2008 title already to his name, could break all sorts of records.
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