Anyone wearing a Spain jersey.
The starting 11 reads like an All-Star list.
David Villa is certainly one of them.
He’s currently tied in the race for the Golden Boot with four goals in three consecutive World Cup matches, tying a Spanish record first set by Zarra in 1950.
His partner up top, Fernando Torres, is also world-class.
Together they form one of the most lethal striking partnerships in international football.
Their defense is every bit as solid, with captain Iker Casillas easily one of the top five keepers in the world.
His back line includes star defenders Carles Puyol, Joan Capdevila, and Real Madrid teammate Sergio Ramos, who is an offensive threat in his own right.
Their midfield features the likes of Andrés Iniesta, Xavi Hernández, and Xabi Alonso.
You know your midfield is stacked when Arsenal captain Cesc Fàbregas is a substitute who sat out all but 24 minutes of the 2010 World Cup.