Mario Gomez aims at Playing World Cup Matches with Germany after Stuttgart Return

After return to club Stuttgart, Mario Gomez pays attention to World Cup spot in the Germany national football team. He started his football playing career with Stuttgart. Mario Gomez is a German professional footballer born in 10 July 1985. When the club become champions in 2006-07 season, Mario Gomez netted 14 goals and 7 assists aged 21. He was selected as German Footballer of the Year.

He signed a contract with Bayern Munich for an estimated €30–35 million, which created a new record in the history of League. Gomez was the top scorer in 2011 with Bayern Munich, helping the team in winning seven honors. In 2013, he transferred to Serie A team Fiorentina for €20 million fee, and was affected by his severe injuries in Italy. In 2015, he was loan to Turkey’s Beşiktaş and became the top scorer as they won the Süper Lig. Prior to return to VfB Stuttgart in January 2018, he made his contributions to avoid VfL Wolfsburg being relegated in the first season.

In February 2007, Gómez accomplished his senior international appearances for Germany February 2007, and turned to be a regular of the squad for three UEFA European Championships and the 2010 FIFA World Cup. “At present, he is paying attention to matches in the next six months”, he says, “It’s magnificent for VfB and himself in the next six months. I hope to participate in the World Cup.”

After several years’ leaving, he agreed to return to Stuttgart in December. At that time, the football club was confronted with a possible relegation in the second half of the season. The club Stuttgart only won 17 points in the season, two points more than club Bremen and Hamburg in the bottom three, and they lay their hope in Gomez to upturn the bad consequence of in the season. Although there will be a lot of pressure to reach this goal, he never stop to reach the goal from 18. He started his football playing career with Stuttgart aged 16, helping the team in winning the Bundesliga in 2007; in the same year, he was selected as the German Footballer of the Year Award.

From 2005 to 2009, he won 63 goals in Bundesliga matches for Stuttgart prior to win 92 goals for Bayern Munich and Wolfsburg in 160 games while he scored 16 goals in the last season. But in the first half of the season, he only won three goals for his team.

One reason of only three goals in the first half of the season rests on the chaos at Wolfsburg. Certainly, he came back after a great winter training camp. If failures like missing excellent opportunities veered me out of the orbit in my football playing career, my playing career will be ended aged 19, and never net a goal again. At the 2018 FIFA World Cup looming, every footballer will spare no effort to show himself at matches with a best status, looking forward to win honors and accolades for his team as much as possible.

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