Tuesday, November 28, 2023

    Toni Kroos retires: Footballer ‘German Kroos’ bids farewell to international career

    Berlin. Footballer Toni Kroos, who played a key role in helping Germany win the FIFA World Cup, has announced his retirement from the national team. The 31-year-old, who has played 106 matches for the country, spent full time on the field in every match during the side’s campaign to become world champions in 2014. His fans also call him ‘German Cruise’.

    Tony’s last match as a midfielder was the pre-quarter final match against England at Euro 2020. In this match, the team has to face defeat by 0-2. Cruz said in a podcast that his decision “will not change”. The Real Madrid player says he wants to spend more time with his family.

    He also shared a post about retirement on social media. He wrote, he is saying goodbye to his international career after playing 106 matches.

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    Cruz said he gave his all for Germany. He also said that he will not play in the FIFA World Cup held in Qatar next year. Played 106 matches for Germany. ‘You will never see me in a German jersey again,’ said Toni Kroos. He wanted to end his career by playing 109 matches for Germany after winning the Euro Cup. He said that the biggest regret of his career was not winning the Euro Cup alone.

    Tags: FIFA World Cup, football news, Germany, game news

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