With Luke Shaw set to make his England debut in Wednesday's friendly against Denmark, it's likely to be a nerve-racking occasion for the 18-year-old defender.
The left-back has earned rave reviews in the Premier League and has made 25 appearances for Southampton this season after breaking into the first-team frame last year.
After consistent performances, Roy Hodgson named Shaw in his 30-man squad for the friendly at Wembley and the youngster is set to make his senior bow.
But how important is it to make an impression on your England debut? We take a look at the pick of the bunch and remember the best debuts.
Some have gone on to become legends of the game, while others have failed to fulfil their potential and, to put it nicely, struggled to better their international cameo and left thinking where it all went wrong.
Click through the following pages to see who makes the shortlist and feel free to add some names of your own in the comments box below.
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