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Andy Brama, scorer of the winning goal in the 1990 World Cup final, has passed away - voila! sport

2024-02-20T09:03:14.698Z

Highlights: Andy Brama, scorer of the winning goal in the 1990 World Cup final, has passed away. Bramha suffered a heart attack, was rushed to the hospital in his area of ​​residence in Munich, but The doctors were unable to save his life. Recorded 86 appearances in the national team and was part of the "German" Inter of the late 80's and early 90's. At a level, he was very close to the late Franz Beckenbauer who passed away at the beginning of January.


The left defender kicked the penalty in 0:1 against Argentina. Recorded 86 appearances in the national team and was part of the "German" Inter of the late 80's and early 90's


Summary: All the goals, Round 22 in the Bundesliga/Sport1

The former German soccer player, Andreas Bramha, died tonight (between Monday and Tuesday) at the age of 63. Bramha scored the winning goal of the West German national team against Argentina (0:1) in the 1990 World Cup final. Bramha suffered a heart attack, was rushed to the hospital in his area of ​​residence in Munich, but The doctors were unable to save his life.



Brama was the leading left back in Germany throughout most of the 1980s and early 1990s.

He broke out in Kaiserslautern, moved from there to Bayern Munich and in 1988-1992 was part of Inter's trio of Germans, which also included Luther Mathews and Jurgen Klinsmann.

In that pre-Bosman Law period, there was still a foreigner restriction and on the other side of the road was of course "Dutch Milan", with Marco van Basten, Rod Hulit and Frank Rijkaard.



During Brama's time in Milan, the Nerazzurri won the championship and the UEFA Cup. After finishing his career at Inter, he played one season at Zaragoza in Spain and then returned to Kaiserslautern. In his last season as an active player, 1997/98, the team won the championship.



Barma became known as a penalty kicker from Doppel and also specialized in free kicks. The well-known story from the 1990 final is that Luther Matthews was supposed to kick the penalty awarded to Germany in the 85th minute, but he complained that his shoes were pressing on him and therefore gave up. Barma took the kick and subdued Sergio Goikochea, who in the 1990 World Cup terrorized the penalty kickers Shmolo with plays in the deciding stages.

On one side was the "Dutch" Milan, on the other "German" Inter.

Level right, with Klinsmann and Matthews/GettyImages, Alessandro Sabattini

At the level he coached for short periods in Kaiserslautern and Unterhaching at the beginning of the millennium, he made 86 appearances for the German national team (and West Germany).

Besides winning the 1990 World Cup, he reached the 1986 World Cup final and the 1992 Euro final with her.



At a level, he was very close to the late Franz Beckenbauer who passed away at the beginning of January.

The legendary former soccer player coached West Germany in the same 1990 World Cup and Barma paid tribute to him after his death: "I believe he is in heaven forming a magic triangle there with Pele and Maradona. Franz was one of the kindest and warmest people I knew. When I was a child I had a poster of him in my room, later He became my boss and I had the privilege of working under him. We became close friends, I have a lot to thank him for."

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Source: walla

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