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05.02.1986: Italy v Germany 1-2 (in Avellino) (F)

Referee: Igna (Romania), attendance: 36,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Stein
DF: Herget, Augenthaler, Karlheinz Förster, Buchwald, Briegel
MF: Littbarski, Matthäus, Magath, Rolff, Allgöwer, Falkenmayer, Thon
FW: Rummenigge, Klaus Allofs, Mill, Gründel

Italy: 1 Galli (46. Tancredi) – 2 Bergomi, 6 Tricella,5  Vierchowod, 3 Cabrini – 7 Conti (46. Vialli), 4 G.Baresi, 10 Ancelotti, 8 Bagni (86. Galderisi) – 9 Serena, 11 Altobelli (66. Massaro)

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 5 Augenthaler – 4 K.Förster, 2 Buchwald – 8 Matthäus, 3 Herget, 7 Rolff, 10 Magath, 6 Briegel – 9 K.Allofs (46. Gründel), 11 Rummenigge (c)

Scorers: 1-0 Serena (21.), 1-1 Herget (36.), 1-2 Matthäus (76., pen.)

 

12.03.1986: Germany v Brazil 2-0 (in Frankfurt) (F)

Referee: Agnolin (Italy), attendance: 52,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Stein
DF: Jakobs, Herget, Brehme, Buchwald, Karlheinz Förster
MF: Matthäus, Allgöwer, Thon, Briegel, Magath, Rolff
FW: Rummenigge, Klaus Allofs, Mill, Gründel

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 2 Brehme, 5 Herget, 4 Jakobs (46. Buchwald), 3 Briegel – 8 Matthäus, 6 Rolff, 10 Magath, 7 Thon – 9 Mill (79. Gründel), 11 Rummenigge (c) (46. K.Allofs)

Brazil: 1 Carlos – 2 Edson, 3 Oscar, 4 Mozer, 6 Dida – 7 Müller (74. Marinho), 8 Socrates, 10 Casagrande, 5 Falcao – 9 Careca, 11 Sidney (46. Eder)

Scorers: 1-0 Briegel (2.), 2-0 K.Allofs (88.)

 

09.04.1986: Switzerland v Germany 0-1 (in Basel) (F)

Referee: Quiniou (France), attendance: 25,000 

German roster: 
GK: Stein, Immel
DF: Berthold, Karlheinz Förster, Augenthaler, Briegel, Jakobs, Buchwald
MF: Matthäus, Magath, Brehme, Falkenmayer, Rolff
FW: Dieter Hoeness, Allgöwer, Thon

Switzerland: Brunner – Egli, Botteron (64. Weber), In-Albon, Ryf – Wehrli, Perret (72. Bregy), Hermann, Decastel (78. Maissen) – Halter (82. Matthey), Sulzer

Germany: 1 Stein – 2 Berthold, 5 Augenthaler, 4 K.Förster (c) (46. Jakobs), 3 Briegel (77. Buchwald) – 11 Falkenmayer (61. Brehme), 6 Rolff, 8 Matthäus, 10 Magath – 9 D.Hoeness, 7 Thon (46. Allgöwer)

Scorer: 0-1 Hoeness (34.) 

 

11.05.1986: Germany v Yugoslavia 1-1 (in Bochum) (F)

Referee: Eriksson (Sweden), attendance: 30,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Stein
DF: Augenthaler, Berthold, Brehme, Eder, Funkel, Karlheinz Förster, Buchwald, Jakobs
MF: Rahn, Matthäus, Magath, Allgöwer, Rolff, Thon, Herget, Briegel
FW: Gründel, Klaus Allofs, Rummenigge, Littbarski, Völler, Mill, Gründel, Dieter Hoeness

Germany: 1 Schumacher (c) – 5 Augenthaler – 4 K.Förster, 6 Eder – 2 Buchwald (46. Berthold), 8 Matthäus, 7 Herget (62. K.Allofs), 10 Thon, 3 Briegel – 11 D.Hoeness (62. Littbarski), 9 Völler

Yugoslavia: Ljukovcan – Milius, Radanovic, Elsner, Baljic – Jankovic, Grazan, Sliskovic (63. Gudelj), Bazdarevic – Skoro, Zlatko Vujovic

Scorers: 0-1 Skoro (6.), 1-1 Völler (61.)

 

14.05.1986: Germany v Netherlands 3-1 (in Dortmund) (F)

Referee: Wöhrer (Austria), attendance: 36,000 

Germany: 1 Stein – 2 Berthold, 5 Herget, 4 Eder (46. Funkel), 3 Briegel (c) – 8 Matthäus (81. Allgöwer), 6 Rolff, 7 Littbarski (46. Gründel), 10 Brehme – 9 Völler (75. Mill), 11 K.Allofs

Netherlands: 1 van Breukelen – 2 Blind (65. Suvrijn), 4 R.Koeman, 3 Silooy, 5 van Tiggelen – 6 Wouters, 7 Vanenburg, 8 Boeve, 11 De Wit (65. Bosman) – 10 Gullit, 9 van’t Schip

Scorers: 1-0, 2-0 Völler (39., 42.), 2-1 van’t Schip (80.), 3-1 Herget (90.)

 

1986 World Cup roster

01 Harald Schumacher (1. FC Köln), 32 years, 67 A, Goalkeeper
02 Hans-Peter Briegel (1. FC Kaiserslautern), 30 years, 66 A, Wing Back
03 Andreas Brehme (1. FC Kaiserslautern), 25 years, 23 A, Wing Back
04 Karlheinz Förster (VfB Stuttgart), 27 years, 74 A, Central Defender
05 Matthias Herget (Bayer 05 Uerdingen), 30 years, 21 A, Central Defender/Midfielder
06 Norbert Eder (Bayern München), 30 years, 2 A, Central Defender/Midfielder
07 Pierre Littbarski (1. FC Köln), 26 years, 40 A, Winger
08 Lothar Matthäus (Borussia Mönchengladbach), 25 years, 41 A, Midfielder
09 Rudolf Völler (Werder Bremen), 26 years, 31 A, Centre Forward
10 Wolfgang-Felix Magath (Hamburger SV), 32 years, 37 A, Midfielder
11 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (Bayern München), 30 years, 88 A, Forward
12 Ulrich Stein (Hamburger SV), 31 years, 6 A, Goalkeeper
13 Karl Allgöwer (VfB Stuttgart), 29 years, 10 A, Midfielder/Forward
14 Thomas Berthold (Eintracht Frankfurt), 21 years, 12 A, Full Back
15 Klaus Augenthaler (Bayern München), 28 years, 11 A, Central Defender
16 Olaf Thon (FC Schalke 04), 20 years, 10 A, Midfielder/Forward
17 Ditmar Jakobs (Hamburger SV), 32 years, 14 A, Central Defender
18 Uwe Rahn (Borussia Mönchengladbach), 24 years, 9 A, Midfielder/Forward
19 Klaus Allofs (1. FC Köln), 29 years, 40 A, Forward
20 Dieter Hoeness (Bayern München), 33 years, 4 A, Centre Forward
21 Wolfgang Rolff (Hamburger SV), 26 years, 17 A, Midfielder
22 Eike Immel (Borussia Dortmund), 25 years, 4 A, Goalkeeper

 

04.06.1986: Germany v Uruguay 1-1 (in Queretaro) (WC)

Referee: Christov (Czechoslovakia), attendance: 25,000 

Germany: 1 Schumacher (c) – 14 Berthold, 15 Augenthaler, 4 K.Förster, 3 Brehme (46. Littbarski) – 8 Matthäus (70. Rummenigge), 6 Eder, 10 Magath, 2 Briegel – 9 Völler, 19 K.Allofs

Uruguay: 12 Alvez – 4 Diogo, 3 Acevedo, 2 Gutierrez, 6 Batista – 8 Barrios (57. Saralegui), 5 Bossio, 10 Francescoli, 11 Santin – 7 Alzamendi (82. Ramos), 9 Da Silva   

Scorers: 0-1 Alzamendi (5.), 1-1 Allofs (86.)

 

08.06.1986: Germany v Scotland 2-1 (in Queretaro) (WC)

Referee: Igna (Romania), attendance: 30,000 

Germany: 1 Schumacher (c) – 14 Berthold, 15 Augenthaler, 4 K.Förster, 2 Briegel (64. Jakobs) – 7 Littbarski (77. Rummenigge), 6 Eder, 8 Matthäus, 10 Magath  – 9 Völler, 19 K.Allofs

Scotland: 1 Leighton – 2 Gough, 6 Miller, 14 Narey, 3 Malpas – 4 Souness, 7 Strachan, 8 Aitken, 13 Nicol (61. McAvennie) – 9 Bannon (76. Cooper), 17 Archibald

Scorers: 0-1 Strachan (18.), 1-1 Völler (22.), 2-1 Allofs (50.)

 

13.06.1986: Germany v Denmark 0-2 (in Queretaro) (WC)

Referee: Ponnet (Belgium), attendance: 35,000 

Germany: 1 Schumacher (c) – 17 Jakobs – 14 Berthold, 4 K.Förster (71. Rummenigge), 6 Eder, 3 Brehme – 8 Matthäus, 5 Herget, 21 Rolff (46. Littbarski) – 9 Völler, 19 K.Allofs 

Denmark: 22 Hogh – 4 M.Olsen – 2 Sivebeak, 3 Busk – 7 Molby, 15 Arnesen, 8 J.Olsen (72. Simonsen), 6 Lerby, 21 H.Andersen – 10 Elkjaer (46. Eriksen), 11 M.Laudrup

Scorers: 0-1 J.Olsen (44., pen.), 0-2 Eriksen (63.)

 

17.06.1986: Germany v Morocco 1-0 (in Monterey) (WC)

Referee: Petrovic (Yugoslavia), attendance: 22,000

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 14 Berthold, 17 Jakobs, 4 K.Förster, 2 Briegel – 8 Matthäus, 6 Eder, 10 Magath – 11 Rummenigge (c), 9 Völler (46. Littbarski), 19 K.Allofs

Morocco: 1 Zaki Badou – 2 Khalifa, 5 Bouyahiaoui, 14 Oudani, 3 Lamriss – 7 El Hadaoui, 6 Dolmy, 8 Bouderbala, 10 Timoumi – 17 Khairi, 9 Merry Krimau

Scorer: 1-0 Matthäus (88.)

 

21.06.1986: Mexico v Germany 0-0 a.e.t. (1-4 pens.) (in Mexico-City) (WC)

Referee: Diaz (Colombia), attendance: 44,000, sent-off: Berthold (66.), Aguirre (99.) 

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 14 Berthold, 17 Jakobs, 4 K.Förster, 2 Briegel – 8 Matthäus, 6 Eder (115. Littbarski), 10 Magath, 3 Brehme – 11 Rummenigge (c) (58. D.Hoeness), 19 K.Allofs

Mexico: 1 Larios – 18 Amador (70. F.J.Cruz), 14 F.Cruz, 3 Quirarte, 17 Servin – 16 Munoz, 13 Aguirre, 7 Espana, 10 Boy (32. De Los Cobos) – 22 Negrete, 9 H.Sanchez 

Penalty shoot-out: 0-1 Allofs, 1-1 Negrete, 1-2 Brehme, Schumacher saves Quirarte’s shot, 1-3 Matthäus, Schumacher saves Servin’s shot, 1-4 Littbarski

 

 

25.06.1986: Germany v France 2-0 (in Guadalajara) (WC)

Referee: Agnolin (Italy), attendance: 44,000 

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 3 Brehme, 17 Jakobs, 4 K.Förster, 2 Briegel – 8 Matthäus, 6 Eder, 21 Rolff, 10 Magath – 11 Rummenigge (c) (57. Völler), 19 K.Allofs

France: 1 Bats – 3 Ayache, 4 Battiston, 6 Bossis, 2 Amoros – 14 Tigana, 12 Giresse (72. Vercruysse), 10 Platini, 9 Fernandez – 19 Stopyra, 16 Bellone (66. Xuereb) 

Scorers: 1-0 Brehme (9.), 2-0 Völler (90.)

 

29.06.1986: Germany v Argentina 2-3 (in Mexico-City) (WC)

Referee: Arppi Filho (Brazil), attendance: 114,800 

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 14 Berthold, 17 Jakobs, 4 K.Förster, 2 Briegel – 8 Matthäus, 6 Eder, 10 Magath (61. D.Hoeness), 3 Brehme – 11 Rummenigge (c), 19 K.Allofs (46. Völler)

Argentina: 18 Pumpido – 5 Brown – 9 Cuciuffo, 19 Ruggeri – 14 Giusti, 2 Batista, 10 Maradona, 12 Enrique, 16 Olarticoechea – 7 Burruchaga (89. Trobbiani), 11 Valdano

Scorers: 0-1 Brown (23.), 0-2 Valdano (52.), 1-2 Rummenigge (74.), 2-2 Völler (83.), 2-3 Burruchaga (85.)

 

24.09.1986: Denmark v Germany 0-2 (in Copenhagen) (F)

Referee: Frederiksson (Sweden), attendance: 45,000

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Immel
DF: Berthold, Augenthaler, Buchwald, Frontzeck, Hörster, Kohler
MF: Matthäus, Rahn, Wuttke, Thon, Rolff
FW: Völler, Klaus Allofs, Waas, Eckstein

Denmark: Qvist – M.Olsen – Sivebaek, Nielsen, H.Andersen (80. Jensen) – Berggreen, Bertelsen, Simonsen (20. Eriksen), J.Olsen – Elkjaer, M.Laudrup

Germany: 1 Schumacher (c) – 5 Hörster – 4 Kohler, 6 Buchwald – 2 Berthold, 8 Matthäus, 10 Thon (69. Rahn), 7 Rolff, 3 Frontzeck – 9 Völler, 11 K.Allofs (83. Waas)

Scorers: 0-1 Thon (24.), 0-2 Allofs (43.)

 

15.10.1986: Germany v Spain 2-2 (in Hanover) (F)

Referee: Savchenko (Soviet Union), attendance: 50,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Immel
DF: Kohler, Hörster, Buchwald, Augenthaler, Frontzeck, Pflügler
MF: Berthold, Matthäus, Thon, Rolff, Wuttke, Rahn, Michael Rummenigge
FW: Waas, Klaus Allofs, Gründel, Eckstein, Wohlfarth

Germany: 1 Schumacher (c) – 5 Hörster (46. Augenthaler) – 4 Kohler, 6 Buchwald – 2 Berthold, 8 Matthäus, 10 Rahn, 7 Rolff (46. Wuttke), 3 Frontzeck – 9 Waas (71. Eckstein), 11 Wohlfarth

Spain: Zubizarreta – Tomas, Gallego, Goicoetxea, Camacho – Michel, Francisco (74. Senor), Victor, Gordillo (74. Julio Alberto) – Butragueno, Salinas (80. Uralde)

Scorers: 0-1 Butragueno (45.), 1-1 Waas (61.), 2-1 Rahn (70.), 2-2 Goicoetxea (78., pen.)

 

29.10.1986: Austria v Germany 4-1 (in Vienna) (F)

Referee: Agnolin (Italy), attendance: 55,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Immel
DF: Berthold, Buchwald, Hörster, Frontzeck, Funkel
MF: Matthäus, Rahn, Brehme, Thon, Rolff, Michael Rummenigge
FW: Völler, Klaus Allofs, Waas

Austria: Lindenberger – Piesinger, Weber, Messlender, Weinhofer – Zsak, Kienast, Baumeister (46. Spielmann), Werner – Ogris, Polster

Germany: 1 Immel – 5 Hörster – 4 Funkel, 6 Buchwald – 2 Berthold, 7 Rolff, 8 Matthäus, 10 Thon (71. M.Rummenigge), 3 Frontzeck (46. Völler) – 9 Waas, 11 K.Allofs

Scorers: 1-0 Polster (57., pen.), 1-1 Völler (59.), 2-1 Polster (63., pen.), 3-1 Kienast (68.), 4-1 Kienast (76.)

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