Lothar Matthaus is a previous German footballer and a football overseer. He was one of the best German players and is frequently viewed as a standout amongst other midfielders to have played the amusement. Matthaus began off his profession for the German side Borussia Monchengladbach and rose as a standout amongst the most encouraging youthful players in the nation. After a short time, Matthaus was called up to the German national group and in a profession that endured 18 years, he helped the club win the World Cup in 1990 and holds the record for the most number of tops. Matthaus played for a portion of the greatest clubs in Europe amid a sparkling vocation. He played for Bayern Munich in two stretches with a four year spell at Italian club Inter Milan sandwiched in the middle. Matthaus helped the German club win 5 German group titles and furthermore entombed Milan win the Italian alliance title. Towards the finish of his vocation, Matthaus developed into a sweeper from a midfielder and played out the part honorably for quite a while. Later on, he went ahead to end up a supervisor for a few clubs and additionally the Bulgarian and Hungarian national groups.