Friday , June 14 2024

Germany's World Cup-winning footballer Andreas Brehme dies at the age of 63

Andreas Brehme, who scored the only goal against Argentina in the 1990 Football World Cup final to lead West Germany to the title, has died. He was 63 years old. Brahmin's partner Suzanne Schaefer confirmed the matter and said that Brahmin suffered a heart attack at night and died suddenly. “The memories of Andreas will always be with us,” Bremen club Bayern Munich said. He will always be remembered as a World Cup winner and a special person. Brehme usually played on the right wing in the front line. He was one of Germany's greatest players of the 1980s and 1990s. He played an important role in making the team world champion in 1990. Brehme also scored a goal against England in the semi-finals. West Germany won the match in a penalty shootout. In the final played in Rome, Brehme converted a penalty in the 85th minute against Argentina and made the team the World Cup champion. Played 86 international matches for West Germany and Germany.