Andrés Guardado bids farewell to Mexican squad: A look back at his iconic legacy!

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Andrés Guardado Announces Retirement from Mexican National Team

Andrés Guardado, the Betis midfielder, announced his retirement from the Mexican national team on Tuesday, marking the end of a remarkable 16-year international career. Guardado’s career began in 2005 when he played his first game. He is the footballer with the most caps for his country, accumulating a total of 181 and participating in five World Cups.

Through social networks, Guardado expressed gratitude to his teammates and coaches for their help throughout his career with Mexico. He said, “Thank you for everything I have experienced in these 16 years. It is impossible to express in words how grateful and privileged I feel. Heartfelt thanks to my colleagues, the different coaching staff, all the staff who are a very important part of my day-to-day life and, of course, all the loyal fans who have accompanied me throughout all these years and who are now one of you.”

The End of an Era

Guardado played his last game with Mexico in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Specifically, in the group stage, his last match was against Argentina, where they suffered a defeat (2-0) with Guardado serving as captain. With his retirement, an era in Mexican football has come to a close. He leaves behind a legacy of hard work, skill, and leadership, inspiring countless young players to follow in his footsteps.

A Fond Farewell

Mexican football fans have taken to social media platforms to express their love and respect for Andrés Guardado. A fan tweeted, “Andrés Guardado is an emblematic player whose legacy will be felt in Mexican football for generations to come. We will miss him dearly, but his contribution to our national team will never be forgotten.”

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Another fan wrote, “Guardado made us proud to be Mexican. His passion, talent, and leadership on the field were unparalleled. He will always be remembered as one of the greatest players to contribute to Mexican football.”

The Future of Mexican Football

As Guardado retires, Mexican football fans are looking towards the future. With the recent success of young talents such as Diego Lainez and José Juan Macias, it’s clear that Mexican football has a bright future. Nevertheless, Andrés Guardado will always hold a special place in the hearts of Mexican football fans.

With his abundance of talent, strong work ethic, and unwavering commitment to the game, Andrés Guardado has set the bar high for the next generation of Mexican football players.

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