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Toni Kroos' model throughout his career is an improbable French player

The German Toni Kroos, who is playing his very last international competition with Germany, has a very particular idol.

Toni Kroos' career is a true example of consistency at the highest level, but at 34, it is time for the Real Madrid midfielder to retire after the Euro 2020, which takes place from June 14 to July 14 in his home country of Germany. “I am happy and proud that I found in my mind the right moment to make my decision and that I was able to choose it myself. My ambition has always been “to finish my career at the top of my game,” he explained on social media when announcing his retirement.

His record is impressive with three German championships, a Champions League, a UEFA Super Cup, a Club World Cup, three German Cups and a German Super Cup with Bayern Munich. At Real since 2014, Toni Kroos has expanded his skills. his record with 23 additional trophies, of which here are the impressive details: four Spanish championships, five Champions Leagues, five Club World Cups, four UEFA Super Cups, one Spanish Cup and four Spanish Super Cups. The midfielder is also world champion in 2014 with Germany, he is missing one title in his entire record, the Euro.

Toni Kroos obviously owes her career to himself, but also to himself; his idols including a Frenchwoman, Johan Micoud. Elected in the eleven type of the year 2014, after the world title with the Mannschaft , Toni Kroos had beené questioned on his idols and paid homage to the Frenchman. "Regarding my position, Zinédine Zidane is éobviously one of my idols", he- he explained. "But Johan Micoud is my favorite player. He played à Bream à At the time, I found it excellent. He served as a model for me."

Toni Kroos' model throughout his career is an improbable French player


We almost forgot about it, but the Frenchman was in fact one of the executives of the German team of Werder Bremen. With more than 160 matches under his belt, he was, before Franck Ribéry, the French player with the most goals in his career. in the German championship. For those who did not have the chance to see Johan Micoud play, the Frenchman was a model of technical play, distributing numerous decisive passes. ;nbsp;thanks to this à his impeccable game vision.

It's also a prize list which has nothing to do with it. envy others with a Euro woné in 2000 with the Blues, a French championship title with Bordeaux in 1999 or even a German championship with Brême.

After this statement from Kroos, the man with 17 caps with the France team (for a sole purpose) and who is now one of the flagship consultants of the Chain L'Equipe expressed his emotion on the networks social. "Thank you à all for your messages on the intervention of Toni Kroos", he wrote in a tweet. "May it continue to delight all football lovers… Personally very ému !" We wouldn't be less so.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116