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The superstar fell, he was the world's first left-back, Bayern and Inter sent eulogies

The superstar fell, he was the world's first left-back, Bayern and Inter sent eulogies

According to German media reports, Bremer, a historical superstar who has played for the German national team, Inter Milan and Bayern Munich, suffered a cardiac arrest in his apartment in Munich on Monday night, and although he was immediately sent to a nearby hospital for emergency treatment, it was too late, because of a sudden heart attack, he died at the age of 63.

The superstar fell, he was the world's first left-back, Bayern and Inter sent eulogies

When Bremer was a player, he played for many teams such as the Bundesliga, Serie A, and La Liga. He won the 1987 Bundesliga title at Bayern Munich, the 1989 Serie A title at Inter Milan, and at the end of his career, he was a member of Kaiserslautern and created the 'Kaiserslautern' miracle of promotion.

The superstar fell, he was the world's first left-back, Bayern and Inter sent eulogies

During his time at the club, his peak career was undoubtedly spent at Inter Milan, during which he formed the majestic 'German troika' together with his compatriots Mateus and Klinsmann, beating Juventus's Platini, Napoli's Maradona, and AC Milan's Dutch trio to win the Serie A title, known as the 'mini-World Cup'.

The superstar fell, he was the world's first left-back, Bayern and Inter sent eulogies

At the same time, he and his two German teammates also won the 1990 World Cup in Italy in the two World Cups in 86 and 90, facing the Argentine national team led by the football king Maradona, with a record of one win and one loss. In the World Cup, Bremer performed well, scoring 3 goals and 2 assists in the knockout rounds of the two World Cups. It is worth mentioning that in the 1990 World Cup final, in the face of the brave play of Argentina's main goalkeeper Goyechea, the core of the German team, Mateus, refused to take a penalty on the grounds that the spikes of his shoes were damaged. He made 16 appearances and scored four goals in three World Cups for Germany, making him an absolute big player.

The superstar fell, he was the world's first left-back, Bayern and Inter sent eulogies

At that time, Bremer was the world's No. 1 left-back, the first choice of defenders with knives, and until now, he is still at the top of the list when it comes to selecting left-backs in football history, along with Maldini and Robert Carlos.

After an illustrious career, Bremer did not choose to continue his football career, but instead devoted himself to business and chose to invest, but the business failed and his finances fell into crisis. Fortunately, his former club and national team friends have all held important positions in major clubs, and as a meritorious player of the German national team, there is no shortage of major media interviews, so life will not be in embarrassment.

After Bremmer's death, his friends at Bayern, now Bayern management, Hoeness and Rummenigge sent messages of condolence, and Inter Milan's old captain Bergomi, Mateus, Klinsmann, etc. also expressed condolences for his unfortunate death on different occasions. Inter Milan, Bayern Munich and the German national team also expressed their reluctance to the legendary superstar.

The superstar fell, he was the world's first left-back, Bayern and Inter sent eulogies

Just two hours before his death, he was still socially silent and expressed his thoughts on Inter's European prospects. It seems that there is a kind of providence in the dark, after Bremer left Inter Milan, the team has no reliable left-back candidates, even if there was a historic left-back like Robert Carlos, but the manager thought he was better suited to the defender and was forced to leave. It wasn't until the past two years that Inter Milan's youth training Dimarco sprung up, and his current value has reached 50 million euros, and he is the top three left-backs in the five major leagues, which has alleviated the 'left-back death' for many years.

The superstar fell, he was the world's first left-back, Bayern and Inter sent eulogies

The great left-back Bremer may be gone, but the new generation of great left-back Dimarco has undoubtedly inherited his mantle.

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