Thomas Muller has confessed he doesn’t know whether or not he has performed his final match for Germany after Die Mannschaft have been eradicated from the 2022 World Cup on the group stage.
Germany wanted Japan to lose to Spain to have any hope of qualifying on Thursday night, however a shock 2-1 victory for the Samurai Blue rendered Germany’s 4-2 win over Costa Rica meaningless.
After the sport, Muller gave a speech which had many followers fearing it could possibly be a ultimate goodbye.
“It is ab absolute catastrophe,” Muller informed reporters. “I do not know the right way to transfer ahead.
“If that was my final sport, then I wish to say a number of phrases to the German soccer followers. It was an unlimited pleasure. Thanks very a lot. I at all times tried to point out coronary heart on the pitch. One thing they have been tears of pleasure, generally ache. I did it with love.
“I would like to consider all the things now.”
Muller is seventh on Germany’s all-time prime scoring charts with 44 objectives, whereas he is additionally tied for eighth within the World Cup’s scoring charts, having scored ten objectives alongside the likes of Gary Lineker and Gabriel Batistuta.
Since his debut for Germany in 2010, Muller has racked up 120 appearances for his nation and he was an integral a part of the facet that gained the World Cup in 2014.