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Wahbi Khazri, Tunisia Soccer Player, Announce Retirement

Khazri, who was born in France and played a single match for the French national team in 2012, moved to play for Tunisia and went on to win 74 international matches while scoring 25 goals.

Wahbi Khazri declared his retirement from international soccer after his country was eliminated from the World Cup in Qatar at the group stage.

Khazri scored the game-winning goal in Tunisia’s 1-0 victory over France on Wednesday, joining Saudi teammates Salem Al-Dawsari and Sami Al-Jaber as the all-time highest Arab scorers at the World Cup with three goals apiece.

Khazri told Bein Sports French, “After the Tunisia match, in a meeting with all the players and the technical and administrative personnel, I told everyone that the time is right, congratulated everyone, and wished them luck.”

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“I am proud of what I have contributed to my nation throughout the years, and I am hopeful for the future of this generation.”

The Montpellier striker, who is 31 years old, stated, “To defeat France, score, and be decisive is more lovely.” Tunisia’s World Cup campaign began with a scoreless draw against Denmark, followed by a 1-0 loss to Australia.

The victory over France was insufficient to save Tunisia, as Australia defeated Denmark to advance to the round of 16 when they will face Argentina.

Khazri, who was born in France and played a single match for the French national team in 2012, moved to play for Tunisia and went on to win 74 international matches while scoring 25 goals.


Wahbi Khazri’s Net Worth

It is believed that Wahbi Khazri’s entire net worth is somewhere around $5 million.

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