Gary Speed Memorial Match in pictures

A scarf is seen before the Gary Speed Memorial International Match between Wales and Costa Rica at the Cardiff City Stadium
A Wales fan wears a special scarf for the Gary Speed Memorial International Match between Wales and Costa Rica at the Cardiff City Stadium as the Welsh pay tribute to a footballing great who died in November
The name "Gary" is spelt out on the Cardiff City Stadium's Canton Stand
Welsh football honours their late manager and captain Gary Speed with a Memorial Match against Costa Rica, the side he made his debut against in May 1990, in Cardiff following his death in November 2011
Super Furry Animals performed pre-match at the Gary Speed Memorial Match
Welsh band Super Furry Animals were one of the acts that performed pre-match before the Gary Speed Memorial against Costa Rica at the Cardiff City Stadium
Gary Speed's sons Ed and Tom led the Wales team out against Costa Rica in Cardiff with family friend and captain for the night Craig Bellamy and regular skipper Aaron Ramsey, who is injured
Gary Speed's sons Ed and Tom led the Wales team out against Costa Rica in Cardiff with family friend and captain for the night Craig Bellamy and regular skipper Aaron Ramsey, who is injured
Wales' captain Craig Bellamy and Aaron Ramsey (right) stand alongside Gary Speed's sons Ed and Tommy before the game during the International Friendly at Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff. Pic: David Davies/PA Wire
They linked arms with the Wales team as the national anthems were played
Roger Speed, father of the late Gary Speed looks on before the Gary Speed Memorial International Match between Wales and Costa Rica at the Cardiff City Stadium on February 29, 2012 in Cardiff, Wales. Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images
The emotion of the occasion was evident in the face of Speed's father Roger
Wales manager Chris Coleman looks on during the national anthems with Gary Speed's parents Roger and Carol
Wales manager and Gary Speed's close friend Chris Coleman looks on during the national anthems with Speed's parents Roger and Carol
Both Wales and Costa Rica teams line up for the minute applause for the late Wales football manager Gary Speed at the Cardiff City Stadium
Both Wales and Costa Rica teams line up for the minute applause for the late Wales football manager Gary Speed at the Cardiff City Stadium
Chris Coleman consoles Gary Speed's mother Carol
Wales manager Chris Coleman consoles Gary Speed's mother Carol during the minute's applause for the late Wales footballing great before kick-off
Tommy and Ed Speed, children of Gary Speed leave the pitch before the Gary Speed Memorial Match, a friendly international football match between Wales and Costa Rica at The Cardiff City Stadium in Cardiff. Pic: PAUL ELLIS/AFP/Getty Images
Ed and Tommy Speed left the pitch to applause from the 22,000-plus crowd
Gary Speed's father Roger hugs his grandsons Ed and Tommy before kick-off
Gary Speed's sons Ed and Tom led the Wales team out in Cardiff with Craig Bellamy and Aaron Ramsey and they get a huge hug from their grandfather and Speed's father Roger
Wales captain Aaron Ramsey greets Gary Speed's parents Roger and Carol ahead of the Gary Speed Memorial Match in Cardiff under the watchful eye of his manager Chris Coleman
Wales captain Aaron Ramsey greets Gary Speed's parents Roger and Carol ahead of the Gary Speed Memorial Match in Cardiff under the watchful eye of his manager Chris Coleman
Costa Rica striker Joel Campbell celebrates his winner
Teenage striker Joel Campbell celebrates his goal as the Costa Rica forward's early strike proved to be the winner against Wales in the Gary Speed Memorial Match
Mark Hughes and Ryan Giggs (right) at half-time during the International Friendly at Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff. Pic: David Davies/PA Wire
Former Wales player and manager Mark Hughes was one of 50 former club and country team-mates of Gary Speed to take part in a half-time procession
Ryan Giggs is interviewed at half time during the Gary Speed Memorial International Match between Wales and Costa Rica at the Cardiff City Stadium. Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images
Former Wales star Ryan Giggs was among a number of ex-international stars to attend the match
WBO light-heavyweight champion Nathan Cleverly pays his tribute to Gary Speed with Speed's family
WBO light-heavyweight boxing champion Nathan Cleverly pays his tribute to Gary Speed as he shows off his belt at half-time
Craig Bellamy is substituted
Wales captain Craig Bellamy is replaced by Rob Earnshaw in the 74th minute of the memorial match of his good friend Gary Speed in what could be the striker's 68th and final international match

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