43 Facts About Toni Kroos

1. In 2014, Toni Kroos led his country to victory in that year's World Cup, where he was the top assist provider and was selected to the All-Star team and Dream Team.

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2. Toni Kroos is a German professional footballer who plays for Spanish club Real Madrid and the German national team.

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3. Toni Kroos is sponsored by Adidas and wears their Adipure boots on the field.

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4. Toni Kroos credits much of his success to Heynckes, whom he shares a close bond with.

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5. Toni Kroos began his career with his hometown club Greifswal SC where he developed a reputation as a slow learning but promising midfielder.

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6. Toni Kroos is strong in attacking, but his real strength is in assisting goals.

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7. Toni Kroos should start in midfield with Casemiro and Modric while Marcelo's exile is set to continue with Sergio Reguilon impressing in his stead.

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8. Toni Kroos says the key to seeing a better Real Madrid is not making mistakes.

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9. Toni Kroos recorded his fourth assist of the tournament, crossing for Thomas Muller's opening goal, and was named man of the match by FIFA.

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10. Toni Kroos has made progress in the last few matches, I'm extremely satisfied with the player.

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11. Toni Kroos made further appearances as a substitute in the quarter-finals against Argentina, in the semi-finals against Spain and in the third place play-off against Uruguay.

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12. Toni Kroos became the first German player to win the trophy three times.

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13. Toni Kroos was part of a midfield trio with James Rodriguez and Luka Modric that led Real Madrid to 22-game winning run late in the year.

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14. Toni Kroos played in his debut match against Sevilla in the 2014 UEFA Super Cup on 12 August 2014, winning his first trophy at Real Madrid.

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15. Toni Kroos scored his first Champions League goal in Bayern's opening group match against Valencia.

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16. Toni Kroos played 51 matches in all competitions during the season, including the 2012 UEFA Champions League Final, where Bayern were beaten on penalties by Chelsea at the Allianz Arena.

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17. Toni Kroos ended the season with 37 appearances in all competitions.

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18. Toni Kroos ended his first season with 20 appearances for Bayern, including six starts.

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19. Toni Kroos was missing up to 40 days during the school year due to training.

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20. In 2014, Toni Kroos led the nation to victory in that year's World Cup, where he was the top assist provider and was selected to the All-Star team and Dream Team.

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21. Toni Kroos scored his first international goal in 2011 in a friendly match against Poland, and has since been key to the national team, appearing in every major tournament Germany has qualified for, beginning with the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

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22. Toni Kroos was then indispensable for the Bavarian club, being critical for several successes, including two consecutive league titles, a UEFA Champions League title, and two DFB-Pokal titles.

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23. Toni Kroos is a German professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Spanish club Real Madrid and the German national team.

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24. Toni Kroos struck from the penalty spot after a Presnel Kimpembe handball to give the visitors an early lead in Saint-Denis.

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25. Bayern Munich midfielder Toni Kroos has confirmed his move to European champions Real Madrid after a successful World Cup campaign with Germany.

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26. Toni Kroos blazed over an open goal from Benzema's pull back 10 minutes before the interval, while Courtois got down well to deny Mendez on the stroke of half-time.

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27. Toni Kroos is the big threat for Celta goalkeeper Sergio Alvarez.

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28. Toni Kroos completed the scoring in the 67th minute when he cooly chipped over the keeper after a counter-attack involving Brazilian substitute Vinicius on his Champions League debut.

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29. Toni Kroos got the late fifth, giving Real Madrid some added relief.

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30. Toni Kroos is another Real Madrid star whose future has often been linked with Manchester United.

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31. Toni Kroos takes boring footballer tweets to the next level.

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32. Toni Kroos posts tweet about Julen Lopetegui after Real Madrid sack him.

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33. Toni Kroos mocked by Real Madrid fans for his strange tweet after beating Real Valladolid.

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34. Toni Kroos has explained Real Madrid's 'biggest defeat' of the season as the German midfielder says the sacked of manager Julen Lopetegui remained the heaviest defeat of the season so far.

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35. Toni Kroos was relieved to record a first victory in six matches after Champions League holders Real Madrid overcame Viktoria Plzen.

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36. Toni Kroos married his long-term girlfriend Jessica Farber on 13 June 2015.

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37. Toni Kroos was born in Greifswald, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, on 4 January 1990.

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38. Toni Kroos is considered the only player from the former German Democratic Republic to ever win the World Cup.

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39. Toni Kroos has been nicknamed Garcom by the Brazilians for precisely delivering most passes to the strikers.

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40. Toni Kroos was named in Germany's squad for the 2014 World Cup.

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41. At the tournament finals, Toni Kroos appeared as a substitute in all three of Germany's Group B matches.

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42. Toni Kroos established himself as a regular starter in Germany's qualification campaign for UEFA Euro 2012, playing in eight out of a possible ten games.

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43. In the 2007 FIFA U-17 World Cup, Toni Kroos was awarded the Golden Ball as the tournament's best player and won the Bronze Shoe after scoring five goals.

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