Former England cricket captain and pundit Bob Willis has died at the age of 70.

The pace bowler played 90 Tests for England, taking up a role in broadcasting with Sky Sports after his retirement in 1984.

Here, the PA news agency looks at his career in pictures.

Bob Willis Celebrating
Willis made his one-day international debut in a home series against the West Indies in 1973 (Nick Potts/PA)
Guyanan Clive Lloyd (West Indies) is bowled out by Bob Willis, during a one-day international between England and the West Indies at Headingley
Guyanan Clive Lloyd was one of Willis’ victims in that series, at Headingley (PA)
Willis (second from left) celebrates England's third successive win over Australia which clinched the both the Test series and the Ashes
Willis (second from left) celebrates England’s third successive win over Australia that clinched the both the Test series and the Ashes in 1977 (PA)
Willis with Somerset’s Ian Botham (left) on Test duty for England during the series against Pakistan
Willis and Ian Botham formed a formidable Test bowling partnership for England (PA)
Willis leaning behind England captain Ian Botham to talk with a colleague at Hearthrow airport before the England cricket party left for a three month tour of the West Indies
Willis and captain Botham at Heathrow airport before the England cricket party left for a three month tour of the West Indies in 1981 (PA)
Bob Willis
Willis was renowned for his pace, his bounce and his hair (PA)
Australia’s Geoff Lawson is dismissed by Willis for five during the second Test of The Ashes
Australia’s Geoff Lawson is dismissed by Willis for five during the second Test of The 1981 Ashes (PA)
Willis (centre) leading the side off after England’s sensational victory over Australia in the Third Cornhill Test of The Ashes at Headingley as fans run on to celebrate
Willis’ most famous moment in an England shirt came as he claimed eight for 43 to lead his side to a sensational victory over Australia in the third Test of the 1981 Ashes at Headingley (PA)
Willis in the pavilion at Headingley after he bowled England to victory over Australia in the third Cornhill Test match of the 1981 Ashes
Willis was lauded for his display at Headingley (PA)
Willis demonstrates his fast bowling action at The Oval in 1981
Willis was a fearsome sight for batsmen as he thundered in from a notoriously long run up (PA)
Willis with Ian Botham (left) and Alan Lamb (centre) at Chesterfield Cricket ground in 1996
Willis and Botham (left) both moved into commentary after retirement (Rui Vieira)
Willis, now a Sky presenter and pundit, watches with England captain Michael Vaughan as West Indies captain Brian Lara tosses a coin in 2004
Willis (left), worked for the BBC and Sky Sports as a presenter and pundit (Rebecca Naden/PA)
Willis during day one of the First Investec Test match at Edgbaston in 2017
He became a cult figure among cricket fans with his role on Sky’s ‘The Verdict’ and was on air during this summer’s Ashes series (Nick Potts/PA)