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Injury forces world cup winner and former Chelsea player, Andre Schurrle to early retirement at 29

Former Chelsea player,and a German world cup winner at the 2014 FIFA world cup in Brazil, Andre Schurrle quits from professional football at 29 due to much injuries.

Andre schurrle who played for Bayer Leverkusen, Wolfsburg, Chelsea FC of England and also a World Cup winner with Germany in 2014, had on Friday confirmed he was leaving football following an injury that shadowed his career.

Schurrle famously delivered the cross from which Mario Gotze scored the extra-time winner in the 2014 World Cup final against Argentina.

Before his retirement, Andre had 57 caps to his credit for his country, netting 22 times, and after playing for Bayer Leverkusen, Chelsea and Wolfsburg in his football career, he joined Dortmund in 2016.


Taking to his Instagram page to share the new development about his career, Schurrle posted along the picture of him lifting the 2014 World Cup with Germany, he wrote that he want to inform everyone that he is taking a bow from playing professional football.


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Ex-Chelsea player and World Cup winner Andre Schurrle retires at early age of 29 after succumbing to injuries

Ex-Chelsea player and World Cup winner Andre Schurrle retires at early age of 29 after succumbing to injuries

 

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