Late goalkeeper David Marshall has announced his retirement from the Scotland national football team. After serving a total of 47 matches in his home country.
The 37-year-old’s prime time with the Scotland international came. When he save a penalty from Aleksandar Mitrovic and sent General Tarton to qualify for Euro 2020 at the tournament. UFABET The first big event in 22 years.
The Scotland national team express their gratitude to Marshall by tweeting. “Forever national team hero”.
“David Marshall, the man who give us memorable moments in Belgrade for the penalty save. That take us to Euro 2020. Has announce his retirement from international football. Thank you for everything, Marsh.”
Over the course of the goalkeeper’s 20-year career. The good and the bad have mix.
As a teenager with Celtic, Marshall kept a clean sheet in the 1-0 win over Barcelona in the UEFA Cup. Then he kept another clean sheet in the second leg at Camp Nou for The knockout of the Spanish giants was eliminate. He also save a penalty from Ronaldinho in the Champions League game next season too.
Still, Marshall was recently the victim of Patrick Schick’s long-range shot against the Czech Republic at Euro 2020.
He has now moved back to the Scottish Premiership by signing with Hibernian