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By ESPN Staff
Jul 7, 2006

England's Terry makes tournament All-Star squad

Chelsea defender John Terry is the only England player to make it into the World Cup squad of the tournament.

The 23 players, chosen by FIFA's technical study group, includes seven players from Italy and four from the other finalist France.

Terry makes it in even though most commentators believe central defensive partner Rio Ferdinand had a more impressive tournament.

Only one Brazilian makes it into the Mastercard all-star squad, Bayern Munich midfielder Ze Roberto.

Goalkeepers: Gianluigi Buffon (Italy), Jens Lehmann (Germany), Ricardo (Portugal).

Defenders: Roberto Ayala (Argentina), John Terry (England), Lilian Thuram (France), Philipp Lahm (Germany), Fabio Cannavaro (Italy), Gianluca Zambrotta (Italy), Ricardo Carvalho (Portugal).

Midfielders: Ze Roberto (Brazil), Patrick Vieira (France), Zinedine Zidane (France), Michael Ballack (Germany), Andrea Pirlo (Italy), Gennaro Gattuso (Italy), Luis Figo (Portugal), Maniche (Portugal).

Strikers: Hernan Crespo (Argentina), Thierry Henry (France), Miroslav Klose (Germany), Francesco Totti (Italy), Luca Toni (Italy).