Axel Witzel leaves the Belgian national team.
On the 13th, Bichel announced his retirement through his SNS, leaving the Belgian national team he was fond of.
“After careful consideration, I have decided to retire from the national team,” Witzel said. It was a great pride for him to have been able to represent Belgium for the past 15 years.”
He went on to explain the background of his retirement, saying, “Now it is important to devote more time to my family and focus on the club.”
“Thank you for allowing me to thrive in the Belgian national team. Good luck to the new generation who will live this amazing moment.”토스카지노
Witzel made his Belgium national team debut in March 2008 in a friendly match against Morocco. After that, he showed up steadily and achieved his A-match record of 130 matches.
In particular, he was a member of the Russian World Cup team, where Belgium finished third, and started all three group stage matches at the Qatar tournament as well.
Eden Hazard, Toby Alder Weirellt and even Witzel announced their retirement from the national team, and Belgium’s golden generation is coming to an end.