German champions Bayern Munich paid tribute to their Retiring legends Philipp Lahm and Xabi Alonso as both players were given a passionate send-off ahead of Bavarian final matches.
Lahm, 33, and 35-year-old Alonso are hanging up their boots toward the finish of this season subsequent to sparkling professional career amid which they have won everything with club and country.
Both players have won 39 noteworthy trophies, including World Cup and Champions League — and before getting their hands on the Bundesliga trophy after Bayern’s 4-1 triumph over Freiburg on Saturday.
Lahm makes his debut in 2002 and has gone on to show up for the Bundesliga giants and claimed his place among the greats of his era. The 33-year-old has won eight league titles and the Champions League with the Bavarians.
And before kick-off, he took to the pitch with his son Julian for a ceremony alongside Alonso, Bayern president Uli Hoeness and departing goalkeeper Tom Starke.
Putting on old fashioned 2002 white Adidas Predators, Philip Lahm was given flowers, a customised club golf backpack and a mosaic of his 22 years at the club. Xabi Alonso records an assist his final game with the Bavarian with a lovely pass.
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