Bravo has been the undisputed number 1 for Chile since 2007 and still holds that position to this day. The keeper has won 130 caps for the national team and is their captain.
The 37-year-old is now playing for Real Betis in La Liga and when he first won the Copa America, he was in midst of his spell at Barcelona, but the signing for Marc-Andre Ter Stegen meant the Chilean had to move on. He would then join Manchester City only to be moved to second choice behind Ederson. His four-season spell in Manchester would end in 2020 where he would head to Spain once again.