Top Five: Fastest players to 100 international caps (1)

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A little bit of international history should be made on Friday when Spain take to the field to play Finland in their World Cup Qualifier at the Estadio El Molinón.

If, as expected, Sergio Ramos starts the game or emerges from the subs bench then he will become the youngest European player to reach 100 caps for his country.

The Spaniard, at 26 years and 357 days, will beat Arsenal's Lukas Podolski and become the youngest international centurion by 21 days.

But does that make the Real Madrid defender the youngest centurion in world football? GMF is on hand to investigate.....

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