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Euro 2024: Playing Against Spain Won’t Be My Last Game For Germany –Kroos

Euro 2024: Playing Against Spain Won’t Be My Last Game For Germany –Kroos

Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos has confirmed that Friday’s quarter-finals clash against Spain in the ongoing Euro 2024 won’t be his last for Germany.

In a chat with DW, Kroos stated that he’s optimistic Germany will progress to the semi-final stages ahead of Spain.

“I will miss this less than soccer. I am not nostalgic. I don’t expect Friday to be my last game.


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“There were many doubts before the tournament. We have reached a certain minimum objective. Regardless of what happens next, there will no longer be talk of a subsequent catastrophe. However, we have set ourselves the goal of winning the tournament.

“This is exactly where we wanted to go. But your own motivation is still to make great progress.

“I am aware that I will not play soccer again after the tournament. But it is different to experience it then. But I’m not afraid of it.” 

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