Munich – Reuters
German Bundesliga champion Bayern Munich said on Sunday that their former star Gerd Mller had died at the age of 75.
M முller, a former German national team player, is considered one of the greatest goalscorers the football field has ever made in its history, and he has scored 68 goals in 62 international appearances with the West German team, winning the 1974 World Cup.
The third highest scorer in World Cup history with 14 goals, Brazilian Ronaldo scored just 15 goals and German Miroslav Klose just 16.
The late player won the European team championship with the national team in 1972, and Mல்லller joined Bayern Munich in 1964 and scored 566 goals in 607 official matches with him, distinguished by his high skills in the air and his speed. His scoring skills.
At the level of the German league, Mல்லller set a record number of goals during his career, including 365 goals, and won three titles at the Bavarian club and three titles at the European Cup in the German league.
“Today is a sad and dark day for Bayern and all their fans,” Herbert Heiner, president of Bayern Munich, said in a statement. “Gert Mல்லller is a great striker, as well as a gentleman. He’s a great person in world football.”
The statement added: “Everyone, including his wife, Oshia, and his family are very sad. Without Gert Mல்லller, Bayern Munich would not have the image we all want today, and his name will remain forever.”
Bayern Munich did not release details of the death of its former player, while its chief executive, Oliver Khan, said the news of the death had deeply affected everyone.
Kahn said: “He is one of the greatest legends in the history of Bayern.
Khan added: “As a player and a man, Gert Mர்ller has excelled in his development at Bayern as one of the biggest clubs in the world, and he will be in our hearts forever.”
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