Andre Schurrle, who has inscribed his name in Golden letters in the history of German football, has officially retired. The player decided to hang his boots at the age of 29.
Former player of Borussia Dortmund and Chelsea announced the completion of a career in his instagram.
“I want everyone to know that I’m quitting professional football. On my own behalf and on behalf of my family I want to thank everyone who was part of these extraordinary years.
The support and love that you gave me was incredible. It was more than I could ever wish for. Now I am ready and open to all the beautiful possibilities that opened before me,” wrote Him.
Main achievements Schurrle
In the German national team, Schürrle became the world champion in 2014.
In the final match against Argentina, Klose took to the field in the 31st minute through injury, with Christoph Kramer. In extra time, Andre gave an assist for Mario Gotze.
The last goal brought the minimum victory of Germany.
Video of the final Germany – Argentina
European Champions Chelsea FC twice took the third place.
Against Chelsea he became the champion of England in the 2014/15 season, has twice won the German Cup with Borussia Dortmund and Wolfsburg).
He also played for “Mainz”, “Fulham”, “Bayer” and “Spartacus.”
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