Ten years ago today, England drew 1-1 with Brazil in the first game at the new Wembley Stadium.
The last game at the original Wembley had been played back in 2000, but it took seven years and £798million for the national team to finally take up residence their new permanent home.
David Beckham returned for the first time since resigning as captain to set up the first goal under the arches for John Terry, in front of 88,250, but Diego headed home in stoppage time to earn a draw for a Brazil team also containing Kaka, Ronaldinho and Robinho.
Your challenge, though, is to recall the entire squad picked by Steve McClaren for the friendly.
As we are nice, we have listed the squad in order through the starting line-up, substitutes and those not used.
Twenty-six to get.
How do the two hitmen match up?
We all loved Steed.
Can we do it again now please?
He was one of the world’s most exciting players.
There’s a couple of curve balls in this one.
The man wanted by all the top six.
“That extra edge I thought I had was taken away.”
Who thought this was a good idea?!