Paul Breitner is a previous German footballer, tallied among the nation’s most noteworthy players ever. One of the country’s most well known yet questionable players, he assumed a noteworthy part in West Germany’s win in the 1974 FIFA World Cup, scoring in the last. Over his whole profession, he earned 48 tops for West Germany and was named in the FIFA World Cup All-Time Team. Conceived in Bavaria, he ended up keen on football at a youthful age. Slender, athletic, and favored with great stamina, he picked up consideration for his playing abilities as a young person. He was chosen into the West Germany Under-18 side as a 17-year-old which set the pace for his wonderful future vocation. An intense and defiant adolescent, he began pursuing discussion very from the get-go in his profession with his politically off base remarks. In any case, his faultless playing style compensated for his recklessness and soon he built up himself in the Bayern Munich club where he would spend the significant segment of his profession. In 1972, he was a piece of the German group that won the European Championship and after two years he helped his group win the 1974 FIFA World Cup. Following his retirement, he began filling in as an observer, savant and reporter.