Toni Kroos spotted enjoying Taylor Swift concert at Real Madrid's Santiago Bernabeu Stadium

Toni Kroos spotted enjoying Taylor Swift concert at Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu Stadium

Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos was spotted enjoying pop sensation Taylor Swift’s concert at the club’s Santiago Bernabeu Stadium on May 30. This comes in aftermath of the end of Los Blancos’ successful season as they won La Liga by 10 points ahead of second-placed Barcelona.

Toni Kroos spotted watching Taylor Swift concert

Toni Kroos was spotted by a fan in attendance at the concert. The German was seen applauding one segment of Swift’s performance from the hospitality area.

Taylor Swift performed at the Bernabeu on May 30 as part of her ongoing Eras Tour, wherein she is touring the entire world to perform her shows. On this leg of her tour, her concert was strategically scheduled at the stadium once Real Madrid had finished playing all their possible home games for the recently concluded 2023/24 season.

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The world-famous musician also paid homage to the soon-to-retire Toni Kroos during her performance. In one part of the show, the stage lit up with white lights arranged in the shape of the number ‘8’ as a tribute to Kroos, who has worn that squad number for Los Blancos since his arrival in Madrid.

Kroos will be in action for one last time in Real Madrid’s famous white kit when they take on Borussia Dortmund in this season’s UEFA Champions League final on June 1.

An overview of the German’s career in Spain

Kroos joined Real Madrid in 2014 for around €30 million after having a word with Carlo Ancelotti and signed a six-year deal with the club. He was included in the first-team setup instantly and was an immediate starter alongside James Rodriguez and Luka Modric in midfield.

He made a total of 55 appearances across competitions in his first season for Real Madrid, scoring two goals and providing 14 assists. Toni Kroos became a mainstay in midfield, with Casemiro coming into the fray the following season, kick-starting an era of dominance of the famous trio.

Overall, Kroos has made a total of 464 appearances for Real Madrid, scoring 28 goals and providing 98 assists. He a four-time LaLiga winner, a four-time Champions League winner, a five-time FIFA Club World Cup winner, and has also won three UEFA Super Cups and one Copa del Rey.

He will end his career with Real as one of their most successful and decorated midfielders of all-time, having spent a decade playing at the highest level.

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