1981

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01.01.1981: Argentina v Germany 2-1 (in Montevideo) (“Mundialito”)

Referee: Castillo (Spain), attendance: 55,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Immel
DF: Kaltz, Karlheinz Förster, Dietz, Niedermayer, Hannes
MF: Briegel, Magath, Hans Müller, Bonhof, Dremmler, Votava
FW: Rummenigge, Hrubesch, Klaus Allofs, Allgöwer, Borchers

Argentina: Fillol – Olguin, Passarella, Galvan, Tarantini – Ardiles, Gallego, Maradona – Bertoni (68. Luque), Diaz, Kempes (42. Valencia)

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 2 Kaltz, 3 Bonhof, 4 K.Förster, 5 Dietz (c) – 6 Briegel, 7 Magath, 10 H.Müller – 8 Rummenigge, 9 Hrubesch, 11 K.Allofs

Scorers: 0-1 Hrubesch (42.), 1-1 Kaltz (85., o.g.), 2-1 Diaz (88.)

 

07.01.1981: Brazil v Germany 4-1 (in Montevideo) (“Mundialito”)

Referee: Silvagno (Chile), attendance: 50,000 

Brazil: 1 Leite – 2 Edevaldo (77. Getulio), 3 Oscar, 4 Luizinho, 6 Junior – 5 Batista, 9 Socrates, 8 Cerezo, 7 Tita (57. Serginho) – 10 Paulo Isidoro, 11 Ze Sergio

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 2 Kaltz (35. Dremmler), 3 Bonhof, 4 K.Förster, 5 Dietz (c) – 15 Votava, 7 Magath, 10 H.Müller, 6 Briegel – 8 Rummenigge, 11 K.Allofs (78. Allgöwer)

Scorers: 0-1 Allofs (54.), 1-1 Junior (58.), 2-1 Cerezo (62.), 3-1 Serginho (78.), 4-1 Ze Sergio (83.)

01.04.1981: Albania v Germany 0-2 (in Tirana) (WCQ)

Referee: Vencl (Czechoslovakia), attendance: 30,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Immel
DF: Kaltz, Stielike, Dietz, Dremmler, Karlheinz Förster, Hannes
MF: Schuster, Magath, Hans Müller, Allgöwer
FW: Rummenigge, Hrubesch, Fischer, Klaus Allofs

Albania: Kaci – Targaj, Berisha, Hysi, Cocoei – Sahfa (74. Baci), Lame, Ballgjini – Pernaska, Minga, Lieshi

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 2 Kaltz, 3 Stielike, 4 K.Förster (74. Hannes), 5 Dietz (c) – 6 Schuster, 7 Magath, 10 H.Müller – 8 Rummenigge, 9 Hrubesch, 11 K.Allofs

Scorer: 0-1, 0-2 Schuster (9., 70.) 

29.04.1981: Germany v Austria 2-0 (in Hamburg) (WCQ)

Referee: Corver (Netherlands), attendance: 61,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Immel
DF: Kaltz, Stielike, Dietz, Hannes, Karlheinz Förster, Briegel
MF: Breitner, Schuster, Hans Müller, Magath
FW: Rummenigge, Klaus Allofs, Fischer, Allgöwer

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 2 Kaltz, 3 Stielike, 4 K.Förster, 5 Briegel – 6 Schuster, 8 Breitner, 7 Magath, 10 H.Müller – 9 Fischer (78. Allgöwer), 11 Rummenigge (c)

Austria: Koncilia – Krauss, Obermayer, Pezzey, Mirnegg – Hattenberger (70. Baumeister), Prohaska, Jara, Hintermaier (70. Weber) – Welzl, Krankl

Scorers: 1-0 Krauss (30., o.g.), 2-0 Fischer (36.)

19.05.1981: Germany v Brazil 1-2 (in Stuttgart) (F)

Referee: White (England), attendance: 71,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Immel
DF: Karlheinz Förster, Dietz, Dremmler, Briegel, Kaltz, Hannes
MF: Schuster, Breitner, Magath, Hans Müller
FW: Rummenigge, Fischer, Allgöwer, Borchers

Germany: 1 Schumacher (46. Immel) – 2 Kaltz, 3 Hannes, 4 K.Förster, 5 Briegel – 6 Schuster (46. Dietz), 8 Breitner, 7 Magath, 10 H.Müller – 11 Rummenigge (c) (62. Allgöwer), 9 Fischer

Brazil: 1 Valdir Peres – 2 Edevaldo, 4 Luizinho, 3 Oscar, 6 Junior – 5 Cerezo, 8 Socrates, 10 Zico (87. Vitor) – 7 Paulo Isidoro, 17 Paulo Cesar (68. Renato), 18 Eder

Scorers: 1-0 Fischer (30.), 1-1 Cerezo (61.), 1-2 Junior (74.)

24.05.1981: Finland v Germany 0-4 (in Lahti) (WCQ)

Referee: Carpenter (Eire), attendance: 10,300 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Immel
DF: Dietz, Dremmler, Kaltz, Hannes, Karlheinz Förster, Briegel
MF: Breitner, Magath, Hans Müller
FW: Fischer, Rummenigge, Allgöwer, Borchers

Finland: Isoaho – Houtsonen, Tolsa (46. Helim), Vaittinen, Lahtinen – Kupiainen, Ikaeläinen, Virtanen, Pyykkö – Kousa, Valvee (64. Ismail)

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 2 Kaltz, 3 Hannes, 4 K.Förster, 5 Briegel – 6 Dremmler, 8 Breitner, 7 Magath (76. Allgöwer) – 11 Rummenigge (c), 9 Fischer, 10 H.Müller (76. Borchers)

Scorers: 0-1 Briegel (26.), 0-2 Fischer (37.), 0-3 Kaltz (40.), 0-4 Fischer (80.)

02.09.1981: Poland v Germany 0-2 (in Chorzow) (F)

Referee: Johannssib (Sweden), attendance: 80,000

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Immel
DF: Briegel, Kaltz, Dremmler, Hannes, Bernd Förster
MF: Magath, Hans Müller, Breitner, Hieronymus
FW: Littbarski, Borchers, Rummenigge, Fischer

Poland: 1 Mlynarczyk – 2 Dziuba, 3 Zmuda, 5 Janas (46. Dolny), 4 Jalocha – 6 Skrobowski, 8 Buncol (72. Kapka), 9 Boniek, 7 Kupcewicz (35. Iwan) – 10 Ogaza, 11 Smolarek

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 2 Kaltz (85. Hieronymus), 3 Hannes, 4 B.Förster, 5 Briegel (83. Dremmler) – 8 Breitner, 6 Magath, 10 H.Müller – 7 Borchers, 9 Fischer, 11 Rummenigge (c)

Scorers: 0-1 Fischer (60.), 0-2 Rummenigge (71.)

 

23.09.1981: Germany v Finland 7-1 (in Bochum) (WCQ)

Referee: Rolles (Luxembourg), attendance: 46,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Immel
DF: Kaltz, Stielike, Briegel, Bernd Förster, Karlheinz Förster, Hannes
MF: Dremmler, Magath, Breitner, Hieronymus
FW: Fischer, Littbarski, Rummenigge, Borchers

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 2 Kaltz, 3 Stielike, 4 B.Förster, 5 Briegel – 10 Borchers, 6 Dremmler, 8 Breitner, 7 Magath – 9 Fischer, 11 Rummenigge (c)

Finland: Isoaho – Lathinen, Dahlund, Pekonen, Houtsonen – Turunen, Ikäläinen (71. Nieminen), Utriainen, Pyykkö – Jaakonsaari (71. Ronkainen), Kousa

Scorers: 1-0 Fischer (11.), 1-1 Turunen (41.), 2-1 Rummenigge (42.), 3-1 Breitner (54.), 4-1 Rummenigge (60.), 5-1 Breitner (67.), 6-1 Rummenigge (72.), 7-1 Dremmler (83.)

 

14.10.1981: Austria v Germany 1-3 (in Vienna) (WCQ)

Referee: Ponnet (Belgium), attendance: 72,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Immel
DF: Stielike, Kaltz, Briegel, Karlheinz Förster, Bernd Förster, Hannes
MF: Dremmler, Breitner, Magath, Hieronymus
FW: Klaus Allofs, Rummenigge, Fischer, Littbarski

Austria: 1 Koncilia – 2 Dihanich, 5 Pezzey, 3 Weber, 4 Mirnegg – 6 Hattenberger, 8 Prohaska, 10 Hintermaier (71. Hagmayr), 11 Jara – 7 Schachner, 9 Krankl

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 2 Kaltz, 3 Stielike, 4 Kh.Förster, 5 Briegel – 6 Dremmler, 8 Breitner, 10 Magath – 7 Littbarski, 9 Fischer, 11 Rummenigge (c)

Scorers: 1-0 Schachner (16.), 1-1 Littbarski (17.), 1-2 Magath (20.), 1-3 Littbarski (77.)

 

18.11.1981: Germany v Albania 8-0 (in Dortmund) (WCQ)

Referee: Björnestad (Norway), attendance: 40,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Franke, Immel
DF: Bernd Förster, Stielike, Kaltz, Briegel, Hannes, Karlheinz Förser
MF: Dremmler, Magath, Breitner, Klaus Allofs, Borchers, Matthäus
FW: Littbarski, Fischer, Rummenigge, Hrubesch, Milewski

Germany: 1 Immel – 2 Kaltz (60. Matthäus), 3 Stielike, 4 Kh.Förster, 5 Briegel – 6 Dremmler, 8 Breitner, 10 Magath – 11 Rummenigge (c) (51. Milewski), 9 Fischer, 7 Littbarski

Albania: 1 Musta (58. Luarasi) – 2 Targaj, 5 Berisha, 3 Hysi, 4 Kola – 8 Ragami, 9 Popa, 6 Lishi, 10 H.Ballgijni – 7 Braho, 11 Luci

Scorers: 1-0 Rummenigge (5.), 2-0 Rummenigge (19.), 3-0 Fischer (32.), 4-0 Kaltz (36.), 5-0 Rummenigge (43.), 6-0 Littbarski (52.), 7-0 Breitner (68., pen.), 8-0 Fischer (72.)

22.11.1981: Germany v Bulgaria 4-0 (in Düsseldorf)

Referee: Frederiksson (Sweden), attendance: 55,000 

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 2 Kaltz, 3 Hannes, 4 Kh.Förster, 5 Briegel – 6 Dremmler, 8 Breitner, 10 Magath (56. K.Allofs) – 11 Rummenigge (c), 7 Hrubesch, 9 Fischer

Bulgaria: Velinov – Nikolov, Iliev, Balevski, Bonev – Dimitrov, Kostadinov, Markov (46. Lubomirov), Mladenov – Zdravkov, Ionchev

Scorers: 1-0 Fischer (4.), 2-0 Rummenigge (49.), 3-0 Kaltz (62., pen.), 4-0 Rummenigge (83.)

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