The German power power house, Toni Kroos begun his international football career in 2005 when he first featured for Germany under-17 national team. With a total of 34 appearances and 17 goals.
Three years down the line and a year after Kroos signed for Bayern Munich, he was called up to the under-21 national football team in 2008. In the position as a central midfielder, he had 10 appearances with 3 goals.
In 2009 he featured for the under-19 national team for a total of 5 with 3 goals scored.
The budding midfield maestro later earned a call up to the German senior national team in the year 2010 earning a century of appearances for the national team. A total of 106 outings with 17 goals scored.
Toni Kroos posted on his official twitter handle his heartfelt message as he says goodbye to the national team after their round-16 exit at the ongoing Euro 2020.
With 1 FIFA World Cup trophy in 2014, 2 bronze medals at European Competition on in 2010 and 2014 respectively, Kroos definitely has some great moments to look back at.
Kroos plays mainly as a central midfielder, but has also been deployed as a deep-lying playmaker in his career. Known for his vision, passing, creativity, crossing and set-piece ability, Kroos is widely regarded as one of the best midfielders in the world