The Australian forward hasn’t received the plaudits he should have after playing for 20 years on an International level. He is an Everton legend and his left foot is a work of art. A prolific forward who can also drop deep and help build attacks together, Cahill will participate in his last World Cup. His goal against Netherlands in the 2014 edition was one of the finest ever to be scored. Capped 105 times for his nation, he is their second most capped player and highest scorer. He can break Schwarzer’s record if he can help Australia qualify to the round of 16s. A player with excellent technical qualities, Tim Cahill is truly Australia’s finest football player.