Retirement Forlan of Uruguay national team

Retirement Forlan of Uruguay national team

Retirement Forlan of Uruguay national team

Montevideo – Completed already consecrated Diego Forlan for Uruguay national team. After 112 appearances and 36 goals, Forlan decided to withdraw from the squad La Celeste.

By the age of 35 years who had stepped on, Forlan may make it as a reason for his retirement from the national team. Moreover, Uruguay now have two bomber death inside Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani.

Peak of his career with Uruguay Forlan is bringing the country to become champion of the Copa America 2011, after a year before Uruguay finished fourth World Cup and Forlan received the Golden Ball, aka the best player in the competition.

After that Forlan career at the club and national team also dims especially after moving to Inter Milan, where he survived only one season before moving to Internacional Porto Alegre and currently plays for J-League club Cerezo Osaka.

“For me it is an honor to wear the national team uniform and be a part of a team that has given much to our country, to wear this uniform along great people,” said Forlan in Soccerway.

Last time Forlan played for Uruguay is in the last 16 of the World Cup against Colombia and he is the player with the most caps 112, plus 36 goals his only defeat of the all-time top scorer of Uruguay, Suarez, with 43 goals.