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Jean Beausejour announced his definitive withdrawal from the Chilean national team

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Jean Beausejour announced his definitive withdrawal from the Chilean national team

Jean Beausejour, a member of the 'golden generation' that led La Roja to be a two-time champion of America, announced his retirement from the Chilean national team after the defeat of Reinaldo Rueda's team against Argentina for third place in the Copa América.

"A CRACK announced his retirement from La Roja! Thanks for everything Jean André Emanuel Beausejour Coliqueo!" The Chilean team informed on Twitter, after the player announced his decision.

Beausejour, 35, debuted in 2004 with La Roja and has since played 107 games and scored six goals. "Great moments of happiness with you", was highlighted in the publication.
During his career with the national team, Beausejour, a Chilean of Haitian origin, was part of the Chilean "golden generation" that impressed the world with his bicampeonato de América -2015 and 2016-, which this year wanted to reissue in Brazil, and the runner-up of the Confederations Cup in the year 2017.

"Jean Beausejour became the only Chilean in history to score in two consecutive World Cups (South Africa 2010 and Brazil 2014)," the Chilean national team recalled in another tweet.

Beausejour, current player of the University of Chile, has defended several national and international teams during his career, among them the Brazilian Gremio, the America of Mexico or the English Birmingham City and Wigan Athletic.
"My aspiration has always been to retire from the national team at a competitive level and I think I succeed," said the Chilean side in dialogue with the CDF channel from the corridors of the Arena Corinthians stadium in Sao Paulo, where Argentina defeated Chile 2-1. He finished third in the Copa América 2019.

With information of AFP

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