Legendary Egyptian goalkeeper, Essam El Hadary, has finally retired from international football.

El Hadary dropped his gloves at the age of 45.

He became the oldest player to feature at the FIFA World Cup at age 45, when he stood in between the sticks for Egypt in a 2-1 defeat to Saudi Arabia on June 25.

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El Hadary won four Africa Cup of Nations trophies, three CAF Champions League and three CAF Super Cup.

He spent the largest portion of his club career with Al-Ahly, with whom he won eight Egyptian Premier League titles, four Egypt Cups, and four Egyptian Super Cups.

El-Hadary has represented Egypt over 150 times since his international debut in 1996.

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