Munich – dpa: Former German football star Franz Beckenbaur has expressed his condolences over the death of former German striker Legend Gerd Mல்லller, saying he and Mல்லller were “like two brothers”. In a statement to the “Built” newspaper yesterday, Beacon commented on the news of the death of 75 – year – old Gert Mல்லller: “It was a shock.” The 75-year-old Beckenbauer and Mல்லller have been key players in the Bayern Munich team for many years and have had great success with the team. Beckenbauer and M முller won the 1974 World Cup with Germany and the European Championship in 1972. Beckenberg added: “He’s a wonderful and more gentle person than many can imagine … Gerd and I … like two brothers. Mல்லller joined Bayern Munich in 1964 and was part of a team that established Bayern Munich as a force in European football.
Mல்லller, also known as the famous goal catcher in the penalty area, is the all-time leading scorer of the German Bundesliga) with 365 goals in 427 games. Mல்லller was the record holder for most goals in a season in the league, scoring 40 goals in the 1971-72 season, until Robert Lewandowski beat him with 41 goals last season. Julian Knucklesmann, Bayern Munich’s current coach, also talked about M முller, nicknamed “The German Canon”. During today’s press conference, Borussia Dortmund talked about the German Super Cup match to be held today. “My condolences to his family and friends,” Nagelsman said. This is a sad day for all footballers. He added: Gerdu will be in our hearts forever, he has made many great matches. I hope his family will retain his strength.
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