Former Colombia goalkeeper Miguel Calero has died at the age of 41.
Calero, who played for more than a decade at Mexican side Pachuca, passed away in Mexico City hospital on Tuesday after complications following a stroke.
"Pachuca is deeply saddened to report that Miguel Angel Rodriguez Calero, a symbol of the club, died on Tuesday," the club said in a statement.
Calero won 51 caps for his country, making his debut against Nigeria in 1995 and playing his last game against Haiti in 2009.
The former shot-stopper also won four league titles and the regional Copa Sudamericana with Pachuca.
Colombian president Juan Manual Santos wrote on his Twitter account: "It hurts every Colombian what happened to Miguel Calero. Football is in mourning."