Cross returns for Germany, Declares to return to A-match in March

I will play for the national team again in March.

Toni Kroos 34, Real Madrid, who announced his retirement as a member of the German national team, will return in the A-match in March.

Cross announced on his social networking service SNS on the 22nd that he would resume his A-match career, which had been suspended at the 2020 European Football Championship.

I will play at the request of the German national team coach Julian Nagelsmann from the A-match in March, Kroos said. I am confident that I can achieve many things at the upcoming European Championship. Fellow German team players also welcomed Kroos’ return announcement with congratulatory comments on social media.

Cross, nicknamed professor because of his sophisticated handling of the ball, has 17 goals and 19 assists in 106 A matches for Germany.

Cross announced his retirement from the national team as he was heartbroken by the 0-2 defeat by England in the round of 16 of Euro 2020, which was postponed for a year due to COVID-19. My A-match record had to be at the top with 109 appearances, Cross said at the time.

Fortunately, Cross has another chance to lift the trophy at the European Championship. Expectations are higher than ever for this tournament, as it will be held on Germany’s home turf.

After taking the helm of Germany in September last year, Nagelsmann made room for Kroos in his new team. The two consecutive A-match series against France and the Netherlands in March served as the turning point for Kroos to return.

Germany will then compete in Group A with Scotland and Hungary and Switzerland at Euro 2024, which opens on June 14. 온라인카지노사이트

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