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Iker Casillas has been outstanding whenever he has been called upon.
Iker Casillas gets the vote for the greatest ever to have represented Spain for a number of reasons.
Since 1996, Casillas has represented his country at every level from U15 upwards and has now amassed a World Record 150 appearances for La Roja.
Of those, Casillas has won over 100, a truly unbelievable statistic.
He also holds the world record for most clean sheets , per Ben Hayward of Goal.com
Adept in one-on-ones, coming for the high ball and general all-round quality, one of the early highlights of his international career will have been when he earned the nickname "Saint Iker" or The Saint.
Deputising for an injured Santiago Canizares in the 2002 World Cup against Republic of Ireland, the 21 year old Casillas save two penalties in the round of 16 game to see the Spaniards progress.
It was the shape of things to come.
At 32 years of age and despite his reported troubles at Real Madrid, Casillas is still going strong at international level, and will want to become the first captain in football history to lift four consecutive international trophies when Spain head to Brazil for World Cup 2014.