Andreas Brehme, the German World Cup champion passes away at the age of 63

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Andreas Brehme

Andreas Brehme, the 63-year-old winner of the 1990 World Cup final and a former Germany defender, passed away.

In the 1990 tournament final in Rome, Brehme secured victory over Argentina by converting a late penalty.

He played for his nation for 86 caps, scoring eight goals, and he was a league champion at Kaiserslautern, Bayern Munich, and Inter Milan.

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Brehme “died suddenly” after heart arrest, according to German news agency DPA, according to his partner Susanne Schaefer.

Brehme, a left-back with versatility, played with Bayern from 1986 to 1988 and helped them win the Bundesliga in 1987.

FC Bayern is profoundly stunned by the abrupt passing of Andreas Brehme,” said the German club.

“We will continuously keep Andreas Brehme in our souls – as a title holder and, surprisingly, more so as an extremely unique individual.

“He will continuously be important for the FC Bayern family. Find happiness in the hereafter, dear Andi.”

Brehme played for Kaiserslautern from 1981-86 and 1993-98.

He brought home the Bundesliga championship in 1998 and German Cup in 1996 during his time at the club, with whom he likewise had a spell as chief from 2000-02.

“The FCK grieves the deficiency of Andreas Brehme,” said a Kaiserslautern explanation.

“He wore the Red Villains pullover for a sum of 10 years and became German boss and cup champ with FCK.

“In 1990, he shot the German public group to the World Cup title with his punishment lastly turned into a football legend.”

Brehme entombed Milan come out on top for the Serie A championship in 1989 and the Italian club said their players would wear dark armbands players when they have Atletico Madrid on Tuesday in the main leg of a last-16 Champions Association tie.

“A grand player, a genuine Interista,” said Entomb. “Ciao Andi, perpetually a legend.”

West Germany were overseen by Franz Beckenbauer, who passed on matured 78 in January, at the 1990 World Cup.

Brehme likewise scored when his nation beat Britain on punishments in the competition’s semi-finals.

“Andreas Brehme is one of the best and best football players in German history. German football has a ton to say thanks to him for,” said German Football Association president Bernd Neuendorf.

Previous Germany forwards Rudi Voller and Karl-Heinz Rummenigge additionally paid tribute to their ex-colleague.

“Andi was our Reality Cup legend, yet for me much more – he was my dear companion and friend,” said Voller.

Rummenigge added: “We played together at the 1986 World Cup in Mexico and Andi was an extraordinary cooperative person, who was very faithful and solid.

“His affection for life was irresistible. The reality he’s as of now gone at 63 years old makes me exceptionally miserable.”

Previous Germany chief Philipp Lahm won the World Cup with his country in 2014 and the full-back showed up for Bayern Munich in a renowned lifetime.

He said Brehme was essential for his earliest recollections of football, having watched him score his renowned punishment against Argentina matured six.

“Brehme became one of my godlike objects at the World Cup in Italy,” he said in a web-based entertainment post.

“The concentrated, determined, thorough search in his eyes, when he began the unequivocal extra shot against Argentina in the last… Then he hit, it couldn’t be more precise.

“Andy Brehme was an early, current safeguard who played on the right as well as on the left. This likewise made him a characterising part of my profession.

“Be that as it may, nobody was basically major areas of strength for as him. The news came today that Andy Brehme had died. It’s a miserable day for German football and for me. Rest in peace.”

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