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“It’s an absolute disaster for me”


Thomas Muller has hinted at international retirement after Germany suffered an ‘absolute disaster’ when they crashed out of the World Cup again in the group stage.

Meanwhile, boss Hansi Flick has revealed his intention to continue despite failing to take his side to the round of 16 in Qatar.

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German star Muller has hinted at his retirement from international football

Germany beat Costa Rica 4-2 on Thursday night in what was arguably the game of the tournament so far.

But Japan’s surprise 2-1 victory over Spain saw Germany fail in the knockout stages.

This is the second World Cup in a row that Germany have been eliminated in the group stage.

And Bayern Munich star Muller, who has ten World Cup goals to his name, has failed to score in the last two tournaments.

Speaking to German outlet Sportschau after the Costa Rica clash, the 33-year-old admitted his time in the national team could now be over.

The 121-cap international said: “It’s an absolute disaster for me.

Muller was part of the Germany squad that crashed out in the group stage at the last two World Cups

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Muller was part of the Germany squad that crashed out in the group stage at the last two World Cups


“If it was my last game, I would like to thank the German fans.

“It was a huge pleasure. I did it with love.

“We have had some amazing times together. Every game I tried to leave my heart on the pitch.

As for manager Flick, he insisted he remains keen to stay in charge, despite his first major tournament ending in huge disappointment.

Germany boss Flick is under huge pressure after another disastrous World Cup

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Germany boss Flick is under huge pressure after another disastrous World Cup

Pressed by Sportschau on whether he wants to continue, he said: “From my side, yes. I still enjoy the task.

“We just failed to take our chances. I was really angry at half-time, it’s a huge disappointment.

Although in a separate interview, he hinted that he wasn’t sure what the future held for him.

Quoted by fabrice romanoFlick said: “We’re going to get this sorted out quickly.

“It’s difficult to answer now just after the match when we are eliminated. We’ll see that soon. »

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