New York Cosmos player Raul Gonzalez (C) celebrates with teammate Marcos Senna (L) and other teammates following their team's win over the Ottawa Fury for the NASL Championship in Hempstead, New York, November 15, 2015. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
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Former Real Madrid great Raul went into retirement in style Sunday as his New York Cosmos beat the Ottawa Fury 3-2 to win the North American Soccer League title in his final match.Raul began his pro career at Real Madrid in 1994 and spent 16 years with the Spanish side, sparking the capital side to six La Liga crowns, four Spanish Super Cups and three UEFA Champions League titles.After netting 40 goals in 98 matches for Germany's Schalke 04 and helping the Bundesliga side to the 2011 Champions League semifinals, he departed in 2012 for Qatari side Al-Sadd and retired in 2014 only to make a comeback late last year with the Cosmos.
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