Moussa Sow lauds Senegal after international retirement

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After announcing his retirement from international football to focus on club obligations, the former Fenerbahce star has appreciated the Teranga Lions

Moussa Sow has appreciated the Senegal national team, leaders and the citizens of the country, after calling quit his international career.

Sow made his international bow in August 2009 against Congo and recorded his first goal in a 4-0 victory over Democratic Republic of Congo in September 2010.

And during the 32-year-old's nine-year stint with the Teranga Lions, he went on to make 50 caps with 19 goals to his name. Unfortunately, he didn’t lift a trophy in his time with the national team.

The Shabab Al Ahli forward has shown a heart of gratitude to Aliou Cisse’s side, and also expressed his pride in putting on the country’s jersey.

“I want to thank all the Senegalese leaders, all the staffs that I knew and especially all the Senegalese people,” Sow wrote on his Instagram page.

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

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