The Northern Ireland football team and fans have visited the memorial to road racing legend Joey Dunlop in Estonia to pay their respects.
Manager Michael O'Neill, assisted manager Jimmy Nicholl and player Stuart Dallas visited the site outside Tallinn on Sunday following their victory against Estonia at the weekend.
Fans from the City of Armagh NI Supporters' Club laid flowers at the memorial, while Dallas, who was a fan of Dunlop's from an early age, place his number 14 jersey in front of the stone marker.
Joey Dunlop, a 26-time Isle of Man TT winner, was killed when he crashed during a race on the outskirts of the Estonian capital in 2000.
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