Australia icon Tim Cahill has announced his retirement from international football aged 38.
The former Everton forward became the first Australian to play at four consecutive World Cups when he came off the bench in the Socceroos' 2-0 defeat to Peru in the group stages of the competition.
Cahill, who had a second spell with Millwall before being released when his short-term deal ended at the end of last season, retires as Australia's leading goalscorer with 50 goals from 107 appearances.
"Today's the day I'm officially hanging up my boots on my international career with the Socceroos," he tweeted. "No words can describe what it has meant to represent my country.
"A massive thank you to everyone for the support throughout all my years wearing the Australian badge.
"I am incredibly proud to have had the opportunity to represent my country over 100 times. Every single cap has been an honour."