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Gonzalo Higuain Retires from Professional Football at the age of 34

Veteran Argentinian Footballer, Gonzalo Higuain announces retirement from Professional football at the age of 34.

After his move to Miami, Florida. Higuain has now announced his retirement from professional football by crying in his final press conference. Higuain has been in red hot form for Inter Miami, the Juventus man has scored 12 goals in his last 14 appearances for Inter Miami to push them towards the MLS Cup Playoffs.

Higuain’s Stats and Achievements for Club and Country

Higuain has scored 15 goals for River Plate when he just got started, 121 goals for Real Madrid making him one to remember by the Madridsta’s. The Argentinian was a Serie A proven as he scored 91 goals for Napoli, 66 goals for the Old lady Juventus and 8 for AC Milan making him one of the finest and lethal strikers the league has ever had.

The 34 year old has tried his luck in the Premier league too with Chelsea scoring 5 goals and has ended his beautiful career with the MLS side Inter Miami scoring 27 goals. Gonzalo has been a contributor for his National team too scoring 31 goals for Argentina and being the part of the 2014 FIFA World Cup final squad.

Higuain has won 2 player of the year awards in the Serie A making him the very best in his prime,3 La liga titles with Real Madrid, 3 times Italian Champion, 1 Europa league winner, 1 Spanish Cup winner with Madrid and 3 time Italian cup winner as well.

Pipita’s Final Words

“The day has arrived to say goodbye to football, a profession that has given me so much and one I feel privileged to have lived with its good and bad moments. I want to thank each technical staff that coached me : Club Palermo, River Plate, Real Madrid , Argentina , Napoli, Juve , Milan , Chelsea and finally Inter Miami “.

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