Thomas Muller hints international retirement after World Cup exit.

Thomas Muller suggests international retirement

Thomas Muller has said that he doesn’t know if he’s played his last game for Germany. This is because Die Mannschaft was knocked out of the World Cup 2022 in the group stage.

Germany’s only chance of qualifying on Thursday night was for Japan to lose to Spain, but the Samurai Blue shocked everyone by beating Spain 2-1, making Germany’s 4-2 win over Costa Rica pointless.

After the game, Muller gave a speech that made a lot of fans worry that it might be his last.

Thomas Muller told reporters, “It’s a total disaster.” “I’m not sure what to do next.

“If that was my last game, I’d like to say a few things to the football fans in Germany. It gave me a lot of pleasure. Thank you a lot. On the field, I always tried to show that I cared. They were sometimes tears of joy and sometimes tears of pain. I did it because I cared.

“I have a lot to think about right now.”

Muller is seventh on the list of Germany’s all-time top scorers with 44 goals, and he’s tied for eighth in the World Cup scoring charts with Gary Lineker and Gabriel Batistuta with 10 goals.

Muller has played 120 times for Germany since making his debut in 2010. He was an important part of the team that won the World Cup in 2014.