German midfielder Toni Kroos has officially retired from international football and will no longer be part of the Qatar 2022 World cup. Earlier there were some rumors about this topic after the loss of Germany against England and today official statement came.
Toni Kroos retirement statement:
Toni Kroos wrote:
I’ve played for Germany 106 times. There won’t be another time. I would have dearly wished and for that I gave everything again so that in the end it was 109 International matches and that one more big the European Championship title would have been added at the end.
I had made the decision to quit after this tournament for a long time. It had been clear to me for a long time that I would not be going to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar Stand available. Mainly because I will concentrate fully on mine for the next few years want to set goals with Real Madrid.
From now on I will become completely myself I will also deliberately take breaks that breaks that have not existed as a national player for 11 years. And moreover, as a husband and dad, I would also like to be there for my wife and three children.
It was a great honor for me to wear this jersey for such a long time period of time was allowed to wear. I did it with pride and passion. Thanks to all fans and supporters who gave me their applause and cheers have carried and supported. And thanks to all of the critics for theirs Extra motivation.
At the very end I would like to say thank you very much to Jogi Low. He made me a national player and world champion. He trusted me. We have written a success story for a long time. Good luck and success to Hansi Flick.
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Toni Kroos for Germany:
- 106 Games
- 17 Goals
- 19 Assists
- 1 World Cup
This hit as a very unexpected retirement announcement since people were hoping him to play many more years. Both Germany and Real Madrid fans got disheartened by the news. However, everybody respects Toni’s decision and wishes him best of luck for upcoming future.
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