The long farewell of Gerd Muller

Gerd Muller, a famous former German striker, is experiencing his last days celebrating his 75th birthday on 3.11.

Muller won the 1974 World Cup with Germany and countless European and domestic titles in the blood of Bayern Munich, According to AFP, he suffers from a severe dementia (Alzheimer’s) and lives in a center. special treatment. This is considered bad news for German football and Bayern Munich.

He spends almost 24 hours a day in bed, he has rare moments of alertness. It’s beautiful that he opened his eyes a little. Sometimes he tried to say yes or no with his eyes. He is calm, peaceful. People don’t think he is suffering, but are slowly moving through the afterlife in his sleep.

Muller, who also lifted the European Championship with Germany, holds the record of scoring 40 goals in one Bundesliga season, set in 1971 – 1972, and thanks to his goals Bayern Munich has risen to the top. international and get today. In the eyes of football fans, he is the most important player in the history of Bayern Munich. Franz Beckenbauer, a great German football legend, is Muller’s former teammate. I’m sure everyone will talk about Gerd Muller in 100 years from now.

Bayern Munich club, where Muller played and made a name, revealed Muller had Alzheimer’s disease in 2015 at the time of his 70th birthday. In his career, Muller scored a record 365 goals in 427 Bundesliga games (7 top scorer awards) and achieved every possible trophy with Bayern Munich. With Germany, Muller has scored 68 goals in 62 games, winning the Euro 1972 and the 1974 World Cup; won the EURO 1972 and World Cup 1970, the year Muller won the Ballon d’Or.

Gerd Müller is a former West German footballer and one of the best goalscorer of all time in world football history. With a total of 655 career goals, only Josef Bican, Romário and Pelé have a higher number of goals than him on the list of the best goalscorer of all time. Müller’s nicknames are “Bomber der Nation” and “kleines dickes Müller”.