Cuauhtemoc Blanco first pulled on the Mexico jersey in 1995. One-hundred caps, 34 goals and innumerable memories later, he has decided to retire from international football.

The question would like you to answer is: which of thse memories stands out for you?

Candidates could include the goal which sealed Mexico's 2-0 win over the then-reinging world champions Brazil in the CONCACAF Gold Cup 1996 final; his stirring, two-goal performance in their 5-0 defeat of Saudi Arabia in the following year's FIFA Confederations Cup; the outrageous 'Blanco bounce' which illuminated the 1998 FIFA World Cup France™; one of the series of magnificent displays that inspired El Tri to FIFA Confederations Cup 1999 glory, or his exploits in a South Africa 2010 qualifier against Honduras, when he came on as a 70th-minute substitute and unforgettably inspired Sven-Goran Eriksson's side from a deficit to victory.

Perhaps an assist, a goal or one of his trademark dribbles rests untouchable as your best memory of Blanco for Mexico. Whatever it is, be sure to share it with fans across the globe.

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