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Ex Bayern Munich star, Mario Gomez retires from football at 34

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Mario Gomez announced his retirement after Stuttgart secured promotion back to the Bundesliga

Former Germany striker Mario Gomez retired from football. This comes after the Veteran forward scored in his last game for Stuttgart.

Mario Gomez announced his retirement after Stuttgart secured promotion back to the Bundesliga

Gomez, who turns 35 in July help Stuttgart secure an immediate return to the Bundesliga after one season in the second division.

It's been confirmed that Stuttgart have secured promotion back to the German top flight after finishing as runners-up to already-promoted Arminia Bielefeld, despite a 3-1 loss at home to Darmstadt on the final day of the league campaign.

Gomez won the Bundesliga title during his first spell at Stuttgart in 2007 before winning another two league titles at Bayern Munich after moving to the German giants in 2009.

Gomez scored 31 goals in 78 appearances for Germany

The striker was also a key figure in Bayern's treble-winning season in 2013, he scored 26 goals in 44 appearances.

If you recall that Gomez missed Germany's World Cup win in 2014 due to an injury-blighted season. He scored 31 goals in 78 appearances for the national team.

Gomez spent two seasons at Fiorentina in Serie A before spells at Besiktas and Wolfsburg respectively.He return to Stuttgart in 2017.

Gomez said: "I'm very grateful for the time I had at Stuttgart. It was always my biggest dream to give something back and to end my career, that I couldn't have imagined, here."

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