Former Uruguayan national football player Sebastián Abreu (Sebastián Abreu) announced his retirement. He has played in 31 different clubs during his career.
The 44-year-old football player introduced himself as an adult during the 1994/95 season and then performed in 11 countries-Uruguay, Argentina, Spain, Brazil, Mexico, Israel, Greece, Paraguay, Ecuador, Chile, El Salvador. Also known as the “lunatic”, this player has participated in two World Cups and three America’s Cup with the Uruguay national team, and won the South American Inter-American Championship in 2011.
Abreu played for the national team for 15 years. The most recent was in 2012. At the club level, he played the last game in the last game on Friday, when his team South America-he Played there for the past four months-5-0 behind Liverpool Montevideo in the Uruguayan League home.
Abreu came off the bench in the 76th minute of the meeting. He said he believed it was the right time to retire and “draw the curtain” 26 years later.
The player has maintained a world record since joining Chile’s Odax Italy in 2017, and this is his 26th club.