Former Bundesliga striker Mario Mandzukic ends his career

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Former Bundesliga striker Mario Mandzukic ends his career

Mario Mandzukic

Mario Mandzukic

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Former Bundesliga striker Mario Mandzukic has announced his retirement in an emotional post.

Former Bundesliga striker Mario Mandzukic announced his official end of career on Friday afternoon. The 35-year-old Croat wrote an emotional Instagram-Contribution.

Mandzukic had recently played for AC Milan in the second half of the previous season, where his contract was not renewed and the offensive man was clubless. Now follows the final end of his career.

In the Bundesliga Mandzukic had played for VfL Wolfsburg and Bayern Munich, in the 2012/13 season he won the triple championship, DFB Cup and Champions League with the Reds.

Mandzukic played a total of 89 international matches for Croatia, scoring 33 goals. His greatest success with the national team was reaching the 2018 World Cup final, which was lost 2-4 to France.


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