Toni Kroos is set to retire from international football: Reports

Veteran German midfielder Toni Kroos set to retire from international football after the Euro 2020 Round of 16 exit against England.

Debangshu Biswas
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Arguably one of the best midfielders in the world might retire from international football. However, retirement rumours surround the 31-year-old German international after the Euro 2020 exit. Reports suggest that Toni Kroos, usually known as the sniper will be announcing his international retirement soon.

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Following a disappointing 2-0 defeat to England in the Round of 16. Toni Kroos is reportedly announcing his retirement from the German national team.

According to Bild (via Goal's Ronan Murphy), the Real Madrid midfielder will exclude himself from being a part of the future contention for national team selection.

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Kroos has made a whopping 106 appearances for Germany. The Real Madrid midfielder has also scored 17 goals for his nation. He is also the 7th most capped player alongside former Bayern teammate Thomas Müller. Kroos was an integral part of the German national team in the UEFA Euro 2020. He played every minute of Germany's four games. However, he failed to be a difference-maker with just four shots, none on target in the entire 360 minutes.

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