1. Iker Casillas signed a contract extension that will keep him at the team until 2017.
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5. Iker Casillas has competed internationally on a senior level for Spain, since 2000.
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6. In 2014, Iker Casillas was the captain of Real Madrid when they won the Champions League title.
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9. Iker Casillas helped Spain end its lengthy drought of international success with his airtight defense in the 2008 European Championship.
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10. Iker Casillas starred for the Spanish teams that won the 2010 FIFA World Cup and the 2008 and 2012 European Championships.
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13. On 31 May, Iker Casillas was named to Vicente del Bosque's final 23-man Spain squad for Euro 2016.
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14. Iker Casillas received criticism for his role in Chile's second goal, where he punched Alexis Sanchez's free kick into the path of the goalscorer Charles Aranguiz.
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15. In June 2014, Iker Casillas was selected to represent Spain in his fourth World Cup.
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19. Iker Casillas kept clean sheets in all of the quarter-final, semi-final and final matches, with Sweden's first round goal by Zlatan Ibrahimovic being the last one scored against him.
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21. Iker Casillas played an instrumental role in Spanish progression when he saved two penalties in the shoot-out during the round of 16 match against the Republic of Ireland, earning him the nickname "The Saint".
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23. Iker Casillas made his first start in 238 days in the Champions League group stage match against Galatasaray, but was injured in the 14th minute after Sergio Ramos caught him with an accidental elbow as the goalkeeper came from his line to make a routine catch.
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26. In 2014, Iker Casillas became one of four players to represent Spain at four World Cups.
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27. Iker Casillas led Spain to their first World Cup in 2010, and retained the European Championship in 2012.
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28. Iker Casillas amassed 725 appearances for Real Madrid, the second most in club history, before departing in 2015 to join Porto on a free transfer.
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29. Iker Casillas began his youth career with Real Madrid in 1990.
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35. In January 2012, Iker Casillas agreed a sponsorship deal with Adidas to wear their Response goalkeeping gloves and Predator football boots.
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39. On 29 June 2008, Iker Casillas became the first goalkeeper-captain to lift the UEFA European Championship trophy when Spain beat Germany in the final.
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41. Iker Casillas is currently the most capped player in the history of the Spain national team.
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42. On 22 December 2012, Iker Casillas was dropped by Jose Mourinho for a Liga match against Malaga in favour of Antonio Adan.
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43. In February 2009, Iker Casillas equalled Paco Buyo's record of 454 matches played for a goalkeeper and has since surpassed it to become Real Madrid's most-capped goalkeeper of all time at only 27 years old.
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44. Iker Casillas came on and pulled off several key saves to deny a rampant Bayer Leverkusen the Champions League crown.
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46. Iker Casillas debuted for the Spain national team in June 2000 at age 19.
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