Senegalese Striker, Moussa Sow Announces His International Retirement

Senegalese striker Moussa Sow has announced his retirement from international football to focus on his club career with United Arab Emirates (UAE) side Shabab Dubai.

Moussa Sow

The 32-year-old was an unused member of the Teranga Lions’ 2018 World Cup squad in Russia.

“Everything in life has a start point and time to end it,” said Sow, who made his Senegal debut in 2009.  He won the last of his 47 caps in the 2-1 friendly defeat to Croatia in June.

“I want to thank all the football officials, the coaching staff that I have worked with and most especially all the Senegalese people. It was always a pleasure and huge joy to have worn the shirts of the national team. I would always be there to support the Teranga Lions. Thank you all for your messages” Sow wrote on his Instagram page.

“It was always a pleasure and huge joy to have worn the shirts of the national team. I would always be there to support the Teranga Lions. Thank you all for your messages.”

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