Mario Mandzukic takes retirement from football

Mario Mandzukic takes retirement from football

Croatian football hitter Mario Mandzukic, three years after his final international match, took the retirement of football.

In the semifinals of the 2018 World Cup, he scored the winning target against England.

In a post on Instagram Mario announced his decision, with a picture of two boots.

He said, “You can’t even picture what you will be able to experience in football when you put on those boots for the first time,”

He addressed “Little Mario” to his young person and “Your great Mario” He signed

“You are going to recognise the time to retire, put the boots in the office, and you won’t regret them.”

“You are going to scoring goals on the greatest stages and win the greatest trophies in the club jerseys,”

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“You will write some of the most important moments in Croatian sport in a shirt of greatest pride, the Croatian national team.”

He also played in Bayern Munich, Atletico Madrid and Juventus and appeared 11 times this year for AC Milan. Mario played 89 times for Croatia scored 33 goals.

Club replied, “I’m happy to share your tale with you,”

Three time he won the Croatian league with Dinamo Zagreb, twice with the Bundesliga, then twice with the Bayern Champions League.

On Instagram, Juventus reacted fast.

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