After Olivier Giroud yet another footballer decides to quit international football

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It is the season of retirement as yet another big name has decided to quit international football. Earlier today it was a French striker who had decided to call time on his career from international football. German star Thomas Muller has decided to become the latest star to call time on his career. 

As per reports doing the rounds in Germany, it has come to light that Thomas Muller will retire from international football. The 34-year-old while speaking to the media has said that he will be sitting down with the national coach and discussing his future. 

Thomas Muller said “Realistically speaking, it is possible that this was my last international match. I will sit down with the national coach afterwards. We have a trusted relationship, as I said realistically it is quite possible”

End of a stellar career for Thomas Muller 

German football star Thomas Muller has played 131 matches for his national side and scored 45 goals. His most memorable moment came when he played a huge role in Germany winning the 2014 FIFA World Cup. 

Thomas Muller caught the attention of the world with his twin strike versus England in the 2010 World Cup. In that tournament, he scored 5 goals and was one of the best players. Muller then scored a famous hat trick during the 2014 tournament to begin the campaign with a bang. He also scored one of the goals in the 7-1 hammering of Brazil in front of the home fans. 

The 34-year-old will now focus on club football where he has been a loyal servant for Bayern Munich. The veteran star has been one of the best players for the Bavarian side in the last decade. 

Toni Kroos had earlier retired from football after enjoying a successful career with Germany, Bayern Munich, and Real Madrid. The 2-1 loss to Spain was the last match for the midfield maestro who had already decided to retire from football before the Champions League final to Borussia Dortmund. 

In the first Semi-Finals on Tuesday, Spain won the match with a 2-1 margin after beating France. The second semi-finals will see England and Netherlands play each other to take on Spain in the finals of the EURO 2024 tournament.

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