Germany World Cup-winning midfielder Andre Schurrle has retired at the age of 29
The Brazilian fans do not enjoy him very much. On the other hand, the title Andre Schurrle is likely more hazardous to Argentina compared to Brazil. Germany won the title by beating Argentina 1-0 in the final of the World Cup. Messi's Argentina came really near the fantasy of this World Cup. Schurrle believed the goal scored by Mario Gotsar at the 113th minute of this closing.
There are lots of failure and success stories of his profession before and then World Cup. However, for Argentine lovers, it was the largest moment of Schurler's livelihood. Schurrle, who left Argentina shout that afternoon, has finished his football career at age 29.
Schurrle, 29, who won the 2014 World Cup for Germany, said on Friday that he would take off his boots. Dortmund announced on Wednesday that he would leave the club with a one-year contract remaining.
In the last two seasons, Spartak has played on loan at Moscow and Fulham, and told a German magazine that he was having a hard time at the end.
Chelsea did not shine like that in 2015, and since then he has been regularly introduced to clubs and failures. From Chelsea to Wolfsburg, from there to Borussia Dortmund. But the light did not spread anywhere. He played for Fulham on loan from Dortmund in the 2018/19 season, last season he played for Spartak Moscow in Russia. Success did not come anywhere. He had one more year left on his contract with Dortmund, but Dortmund canceled his contract a couple of days ago.
The fact that the form has not been with us for a long time is also clear in the statistics. Just look at the league goal count. Soccerway, a football statistics website, says Schurrle has scored a total of 69 goals in various leagues over the years. He has scored 48 goals in the first five years of his career.