Nom completPaul Breitner
Prénom média
Nom média
Date naissance1951-09-05
Date décès0000-00-00
Pays NaissanceGermany
ville NaissanceKolbermoor
Pays NationalitéGermany
Match joueur
TypeCoupeApGoalsAp 11INOUTjauneJaune/RougeRougeBenchCSC
clubUEFA Champions league242240100000
clubUEFA Cup Winners' Cup8080000000
clubUEFA Europa league0100000000
paysFIFA Friendly International7170200000
paysFIFA World Cup113110100000
paysFIFA World Cup qualification - UEFA3130000000
paysUEFA European Championship - Qualif1010000000
Match joueur
SaisonCoupeApGoalsAp 11subs INsubs OUTjauneJaune/RougeRougeBenchCSC
1971-1972UEFA Cup Winners' Cup2020000000
1972-1973FIFA Friendly International1010000000
1972-1973UEFA Champions league1010000000
1973-1974UEFA Champions league2020000000
1974-1975FIFA Friendly International1010000000
1974-1975FIFA World Cup4240000000
1974-1975UEFA Cup Winners' Cup6060000000
1974-1975UEFA European Championship - Qualif1010000000
1975-1976UEFA Champions league7070100000
1976-1977UEFA Champions league3030000000
1979-1980UEFA Europa league0100000000
1980-1981FIFA World Cup qualification - UEFA3130000000
1980-1981UEFA Champions league8180000000
1981-1982UEFA Champions league3130000000
1982-1983FIFA Friendly International5150200000
1982-1983FIFA World Cup7170100000
Match entraineur
CommentairePaul Breitner (born 5 September 1951) is a German former professional footballer who played as a midfielder and left-back.[2] Considered one of the best players of his era, Breitner was named in the FIFA World Cup All-Time Team, and was named by Pelé one of the top 125 greatest living footballers at
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Date MAJ2022-12-27 14:27:53