Thomas Müller retires from international football

As reported by Bild, German international Thomas Müller has decided to retire from international football.

Following a distinguished tenure with the German national team, the 34-year-old only managed to appear twice for Germany during their home European Championships.

The Bayern Munich striker was brought on as a substitute against Scotland in Germany’s opening match and again during extra time against Spain. Unfortunately, Die Nationalmannschaft were knocked out 2-1 in the quarter-finals after a tough battle, preventing Müller from securing his first European Championship title.

The illustrious international career of Thomas Müller Despite limited playtime at Euro 2024, Müller has had an exceptionally successful career with the German national squad. Making his debut in March 2010 against Argentina, Müller made a significant impact on the world stage just months later at the World Cup in South Africa, where he emerged as the top scorer of the 2010 tournament.

In Brazil four years later, Müller played a vital role in leading Germany to World Cup triumph, defeating Argentina 1-0 in the final. Over his career, Müller participated in four World Cups and four European Championships, amassing a considerable record.

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