'Clutch' is a sports term many soccer fans outside of the U.S may not be familiar with. It's definition however, of an athlete delivering the goods in those moments when the clock is ticking and the pressure is high, very much is.
Soccer history is made up of such players. Those who consistently have been there when their team needed them most, to others whose clutch moments may have been confined to a tournament or single game but proved so valuable nonetheless.
In no particular order, representing club and country, here are the 50 most clutch players in soccer history.
Do you agree with the players that made the list? Are some not worthy of their inclusion or is there someone inexcusably missing out?