German football legend Franz Beckenbauer has died

Franz Beckenbauer, the German football legend, died at the age of 78 on Sunday evening.

The disease that claimed Beckenbauer’s life was not revealed, although the newspaper “Der Spiegel” indicated in recent days that his health condition had deteriorated and that he had been hospitalized.

However, based on his family’s wishes, the details were not announced and questions were prohibited in this regard.

Beckenbauer is considered one of the most important football legends, as he won the World Cup with the German national team as a player in 1974 and as a coach in 1990.

This feat was achieved only by Brazil’s Mario Zagallo, who also died at the age of 92 last week, as well as current France coach Didier Deschamps.

The history of the “Caesar” is filled with many achievements, such as winning the Champions League with Bayern Munich three times in a row. He also won the Best Player and Best Coach awards in the world, and is one of the few who combined both.

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