Fernando "El Niño" Torres hangs up his boots and today he has played his last game as a footballer. That of Fuenlabrada leaves a great legacy with Champions, two European Cups or a World Cup and he retires as a legend of Atlético, Liverpool or the Spanish team, in addition to having played in Chelsea or Milan and saying goodbye to the Japanese Sagan Tosu, where he has given his last trots with the ball.
Iniesta and David Villa, who were his teammates in "La Roja" could say goodbye to him on the pitch. But other colleagues have wanted to say goodbye to him through social networks. Sergio Ramos, Saúl Ñíguez, Antonio López, Griezmann, Íker Casillas, Hazard … there were many who did not want to forget "El Niño". "Thank you for everything you have given us," said the former captain of the national team; "For being my idol and friend, you will be missed in the fields," Saul wrote.
For them it was "partner, rival, friend and legend," as Ramos described. Or a "beast," as former player Antonio López defined him.