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The African legend has called time on an illustrious career with the Pharaohs that spanned over two decadesEgypt legend Essam El-Hadary has retired from international football. The year-old was handed his debut in and went on to play in matches in a career that spanned over two decades. Also, he was named the best goalkeeper in Africa four times. The ex-Al Ahly shot-stopper even grabbed more headlines after saving a penalty kick in the tie. The veteran goalkeeper announced his intention in a statement, saying: "There is an end for every start, after a lot of thinking I took my decision to international retirement 22 years, 4 months and 12 days from my first match with Egypt and I saw that this is the right moment to hang my gloves after we made the Egyptian people happy by participating in the world cup. I want to thank my family for helping me always especially my father and thank every one of you for your support that helped me a lot to reach all these achievements. At club level, however, El-Hadary remains active between the sticks for Egyptian top-flight side Ismaily.