As far as England team decisions go, fans are used to seeing some pretty special ones. You only have to think back to this year’s Euros and be reminded of Harry Kane whipping in the corners under the watchful eye of Roy Hodgson.
In fact, even David Nugent notched up a 100% record, bagging one cap and one goal against the mighty Andorra.
As Spain make their return to Wembley, the Three Lions team sheet the last time they made the venture to the south of England is worth a look.
In 2011, Fabio Capello fielded the likes of Darren Bent up front, with Phil Jones nestled in behind him in a number 10 role.
The back line was a defensive masterclass, in the form of Ashley Cole, Phil Jagielka, Joleon Lescott and Glen Johnson.
Meanwhile, Vicente del Bosque had his pick of the then World and European Champions. David Villa started up top, with Andres Iniesta, Xavi and David Silva in behind.
Darren Bent struck the woodwork at the 49th minute mark, leaving Frank Lampard to sweep up a fraudulent header in close range, much to the surprise of pretty much everyone in Wembley Stadium.
Despite attempts from Villa, England beat the reigning World Champions for the first time since 1980, where they beat Argentina again on home turf.
Even bringing on the likes of Stewart Downing, Adam Johnson and Jack Rodwell couldn’t prevent The Three Lions winning that game. 87,000 lucky people witnessed it. So, there.