By playing against France on Wednesday, David Beckham became only the fifth England player to win 100 caps.
The Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder, 32, is in illustrious company.
Billy Wright was the first player in the world to reach the landmark when he led out England against Scotland at Wembley in April 1959.
World Cup winners Sir Bobby Charlton and Bobby Moore, and long-serving goalkeeper Peter Shilton, are also in the century club. Between them, the quartet won 444 caps and played at every World Cup finals that England reached between 1950 and 1990.
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