Craig Bellamy's Wales career in photos

After making his international debut against Jamaica in March 1998, Bellamy marks his arrival on the international stage with the winner against Denmark in a Euro 2000 qualifier in Copenhagen
The young Norwich City striker is handed a start against Italy in Bologna in June 1999 but Wales lose 4-0 and Bobby Gould steps down as manager
Wales make steady, if unspectacular progress, under Mark Hughes in the 2002 World Cup qualifiers with Bellamy in action against Ukraine’s Andriy Shevchenko
Results under Hughes improve and in an illustrious friendly at the Millennium Stadium in early 2002, Bellamy gives Wales the lead against Argentina, who hit back to draw 1-1
Bellamy lines up with team-mate and close friend Gary Speed prior to Wales' Euro 2004 qualifier against Italy at the Millennium Stadium in October 2002
The Cardiff-born striker scores the winner on an unforgettable evening at the Millennium Stadium as Wales beat Italy 2-1
Bellamy battles with Italy’s Gianluca Zambrotta during Wales’ Euro 2004 qualifying defeat at the San Siro. Bellamy was sidelined as Wales' qualification hopes were ended by Russia in the play-offs
Bellamy battles for the ball with England defender Ashley Cole during a World Cup qualifier at Old Trafford in October 2004 - Mark Hughes' penultimate game in charge
John Hartson, David Partridge, Robert Page and Robbie Savage take part in a Wales training session alongside Bellamy
Austria goalkeeper Helge Payer saves at the feet of Bellamy as Wales fall to an unlucky 1-0 defeat in a World Cup qualifier in Vienna
Bellamy trains under the watchful eye of Wales manager John Toshack
Wales, and Bellamy, can cannot quite believe it after suffering a shock 5-1 home defeat against Slovakia at the Millennium Stadium in a Euro 2008 qualifier
Bellamy celebrates after scoring one of two goals in a friendly draw against New Zealand at Wrexham
Ryan Giggs is embraced by Bellamy as the Manchester United winger bows out of international football against the Czech Republic in 2007
One of Bellamy's most memorable international performances comes in a 5-2 win in Slovakia, where he scores twice in a Euro 2008 qualifier in September 2007
Bellamy faces the media in his role as Wales captain
Bellamy has an attempt on goal during a home World Cup qualifier against Russia in 2009
Bellamy lines up for Wales before the Nations Cup match against the Republic of Ireland in February 2011 - Gary Speed's first game in charge of the national side
Manager Gary Speed (left) and assistant manager Raymond Verheijen chat with Bellamy during a Wales training session
Wayne Rooney restrains Bellamy as Wales lose 2-0 to England in a Euro 2012 qualifier in Cardiff
Bellamy is deeply affected by the death of Speed in November 2011. He lines up with Gary's sons Ed and Tommy prior to the memorial match against Costa Rica in February 2012
Gareth Bale and Bellamy line up a free-kick during the friendly international against Austria at Swansea's Liberty Stadium in February 2013
Bellamy takes a breather during Wales' 2-1 win over Scotland at Hampden Park in March 2013
Bellamy acknowledges the Welsh supporters following his final home game, a 1-0 win over Macedonia at Cardiff City Stadium.
On Bellamy's final appearance, in the 1-1 draw against Belgium on 15 October 2013, the 34-year-old shakes the hand of the youngest player in Welsh history, Harry Wilson who was 16 years and 207 days old