By Muhammed Enes Calli
ANKARA (AA) - U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard ended his professional football career at the age of 40.
He wore Colorado Rapids' jersey for the last time on Sunday when his team lost to Los Angeles FC 3-1 in the Western Conference of the Major League Soccer.
Howard previously made appearances for the Premier League clubs Manchester United and Everton.
He played 339 Premier League matches, winning the FA Cup and the League Cup with Manchester United.
Howard was also a part of the USA squad during the 2010 and 2014 FIFA World Cups.
He broke a tournament record with the most saves in a single World Cup match with 16 against Belgium in Brazil in 2014.
Throughout his club career, Howard conceded 711 goals in 609 matches.