‘Kroos’ breaks down in tears as he bids farewell to Real Madrid fans

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Toni Kroos, Real Madrid’s midfielder, played his last game at home, Santiago Bernabeu, a 0-0 draw with Real Betis on Saturday night.

Kroos has officially announced that Will hang up my boots After completing his mission to serve the German national team in Euro 2024 in his home country.

Last night’s league game was considered to be playing for The “White King” last match in front of fans at the Bernabeu. But he still has one match left for the club: the UEFA Champions League final against Borussia Dortmund this Saturday, June 1.

“I am very happy with the whole period. 10 years here, this is my home. It’s really not easy. I can only thank Real Madrid,” the 34-year-old star opened up after the game.

Playing his 465th and final LaLiga game for the club before retiring from football. After Euro 2024 this summer, Kroos was given a starting spot. And a hero’s welcome at the Santiago Bernabeu as they paid tribute to the club icon.

It was Vinicius Junior who was causing the early problems. Setting up Dani Carvajal with a cross into the box only for the full-back to blaze over. Then the Brazilian had his own chance to open the scoring, but goalkeeper Fran Vietes pushed the ball away.

There was a moment when his children stood next to him crying, and Kroos said: ufabet http://ufabet999.app “At the time I tried to be strong, but when I saw my children crying, it completely destroyed my strength.”

Kroos plays for Real Madrid. Play a total of 464 games and scored 28 goals. After moving from Bayern Munich for 20 million pounds in 2014.

“The best way to retire from football is to win the Champions League,” Kroos concluded.