Tim Cahill put on the Green and Gold for the final time on Tuesday night as the Caltex Socceroos secured a 3-0 victory over Lebanon in Sydney.
The 38-year-old made 108 appearances for Australia, scoring 50 goals over a 15-year career.
We take a look at how Australia and the world reacted to Cahill’s Farewell.
Warning: You may shed a few tears.
Former and current teammates had their say…
And here’s how the nation reacted on Twitter when Timmy came on…
How good is this?
Local and international figures reflected on Timmy’s wonderful career.
And even some international organisations too…
But, of course, what matters most is how much Timmy meant to fans.
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