Since 2008, Spain has been in excellent form, winning every major trophy including Euro twice and a World Cup. But this year there chances of continuing their streak seems to be lessened as other teams have become strong.
5. Xabi Alonso (Real Madrid – midfielder)
Alonso the King of long balls will be playing his last World Cup probably, Spain has a lot of talent that can easily replace the 32-year-old.
He played 107 games and won a World Cup and Euro twice with Spain.
4. Raul Gonzalez (Al Sadd – striker)
The most appeared player in a Madrid jersey with 741 games is currently playing in Qatar for Al Sadd. The striker scored 44 goals in 102 games for Spain. Raul won every trophy with Madrid but failed to lift any major trophy with Spain.
3. Carlos Puyol (Retired – center back)
Puyol retired recently from professional football after serving Barcelona for more than 14 years and making 100 international caps. The 36-year-old defender failed to win the Euro 2012 due to his knee injury.
2. Xavi Hernandez (Barcelona – midfielder)
Xavi is the second most capped player with 131. The midfielder has scored 13 goals for Spain and will probably be playing his last international tournament as he is 34 now.
1. Iker Casillas (Real Madrid – goalkeeper)
Casillas Spain most capped player with 152 deserved this spot without a doubt. The 33-year-old who recently lifted Champions League trophy might be playing his last World Cup.
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