Germany legend Andreas Brehme, 1990 World Cup winning goal scorer, dies

Andreas Brehme, whose 85th-minute penalty sealed victory for West Germany over Argentina in the 1990 World Cup final,
died overnight into Tuesday at the age of 63, his former club Bayern Munich said.

“FC Bayern is deeply shocked by the sudden death of Andreas Brehme,” the club said in a statement. “We will always keep
Andreas Brehme in our hearts. As a world champion and as a very special person.” A versatile left-back, Brehme spent two seasons with Bayern Munich between 1986-88, winning the Bundesliga in 1987.Read More

Brehme left a mark for teams across Europe, playing for Kaiserslautern and Inter Milan, as well as Bayern, Saarbruecken and Real Zaragoza.

Brehme’s remarkable ability with both feet was down in part to the influence of his father and coach, Bernd. In Italy, Brehme will be remembered for the partnership he formed with compatriots Juergen Klinsmann and Lothar Matthaeus at Inter Milan.

“Ciao Andi, forever a legend,” said the club for whom Brehme made more than 150 appearances, winning the Serie A title and a UEFA Cup.

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