Former England football player Peter Crouch has announced his retirement from international football.
The 38-year-old striker scored 42 goals at the Anfield during his three years stay at the club.
Crouch has made 42 appearances for England and scored 22 goals for his country.
He won the FA Cup finals with Liverpool and also played a Champions League finals in 2007 under Rafael Benitez.
Crouch represented England two times at the World Cup and was also famous for his robot celebration during his playing days.
Crouch, speaking on his retirement, said”
“I have had 23 years to prepare for this moment but, now it is here, you realise nothing can prepare you at all. The time has come to refer to myself as a ‘former footballer’; this incredible journey I have been on since I was 16 is over,”.
“If you had told me at that point I would go on to play for England 42 times and score 22 goals, play for Liverpool in a Champions League and FA Cup final and score the goal that put Tottenham back in the European Cup for the first time in four decades, I would have had you locked up.”
He is one of the 28 players to have scored 100 goals in the Premier League and also holds the record for scoring 47 goals through a header.
Crouch started his career at Tottenham, and made 38 Premier League appearances and scored eight goals for the club.
Crouch has also played 34 times for Aston Villa and scored ten goals.
The former English striker scored 18 goals in 37 matches for Portsmouth and was tipped by the manager Graham Rix to become a great player one day.
Crouch, during his first season at Stoke City, scored 14 goals and also won the club’s Player of the year award. He spent seven years at the club.
He signed for Burnley on 31st January 2019 and made his debut for the club on 2nd February against Southampton before announcing retirement.
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