Dimitar Berbatov quits playing for Bulgaria

Dimitar Berbatov today announced his retirement from international football.

Berbatov made his debut for Bulgaria on 17 November 1999 in a friendly match against Greece. On 12 February 2000, he scored his first goal for the national side in a friendly match against Chile. On 14 October 2009, he netted a hat-trick in the 6–2 home win in a 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification match against Georgia, enabling him to bring his goal tally for the national side to 46 goals, just one short of the then all-time top scorer for Bulgaria Hristo Bonev. On 18 November 2009, he scored two goals against Malta for a 4–1 away win in a friendly match and became the all-time top scorer of the national team of Bulgaria.

He was also the captain of the team, succeeding Stiliyan Petrov in 2007 .Berbatov is now looking to move in the summer and linked to Bayern Munich  while Lassana Diarra could move to Manchester United with Berbatov’s move help finance that deal.

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