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      Yomi
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      Uruguay striker, Edinson Cavani, has announced his retirement from international football on Thursday.

      The 37-year-old is his country’s second all-time leading scorer and third most-capped player, with 58 goals in 136 appearances.

      Cavani, who currently plays for Boca Juniors, wrote on social media: “I have been and always will be blessed to have pulled on this shirt to represent what I love most in the world, my country.

      “I want to dedicate myself to this new stage of my career and give everything I have to where I need to be.

      “Today I’ve decided to retire, but I’ll always follow you with my heart pounding, just like when I played in that beautiful shirt.”

      Cavani made his debut for Uruguay in 2008 and played at four World Cups.

      He also won the 2011 Copa America in Argentina.

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