Croatia goalkeeper, Danijel Subasic has announced his retirement from international football after helping his country reach their first ever World Cup final, which saw them lost 4 – 2 to France.
The 33-year-old who plays for Monaco in France has now joined defender Vedran Corluka and striker Mario Mandzukic in calling it quits.
In his words: “The time has come to say farewell to my favorite jersey after 10 years with the national team,” Subasic said.
‘What’s important is that I am a fulfilled, happy man who played for his country & wore the most beautiful shirt in the world.’
According to records, Subasic, who made 44 appearances for his country claimed he had made the decision to retire before the World Cup, adding that playing in the final was his dream.