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The World Cup has drawn to a close, with Germany defeating Argentina in the final and picking up their fourth trophy.
While Brazil 2014 has been brilliant, it will also likely be the final World Cup that some of the greatest players of the modern generation will compete in.
Here’s ten stars that will unlikely participate in the World Cup again, and will be sorely missed.
10) Miroslav Klose – Germany
The 36-year-old has gone out in the best way possible – winning the World Cup, and becoming the tournament’s all-time record goalscorer as well with 16 goals. One of the greatest finishers in international football history.