Portugal's captain Luis Figo is one of the great players to have graced European football over the past decade.
Club: Real Madrid
Debut: 12/10/91 v Luxembourg
The Real Madrid winger's' impressive CV includes the 2001 Fifa World Player of the Year award and setting a then world record transfer fee of £37m.
His 2001 move from Barcelona to Real Madrid is one of the most acrimonious transfers in football history.
But he has excelled since arriving at the Bernabeu, enjoying a succession of trophy-laden years.
Despite a rare bad year at Real in the 2003/04 season, Figo remains Portugal's key player.
His attacking verve from the right side of midfield has earnt him over 30 international goals.
Did you know? Figo had a pig's head thrown at him when he returned to play at Barcelona for arch rivals Madrid.