1998: Germany – Yugoslavia 2-2 (0-1)

Match 664.

World Cup first round.




Referee: Nielsen (Denmark).

Spectators: 41.000

Germany: Köpke, Thon, Wörns, Kohler, Heinrich, D. Hamann (46. Matthäus), Jeremies, Ziege (67. Tarnat), A. Möller (58. Kirsten), Klinsmann, Bierhoff.

Yugoslavia: Kralj, Komljenovic, Djorovic, Mihajlovic, Petrovic (74. Stevic), Jokanovic, Jugovic, Stankovic (68. Govedarica), Stojkovic, Kovacevic (58. Ognjenovic), Mijatovic.

Goals: 0:1 Mijatovic (13.), 0:2 Stojkovic (54.), 1:2 Mihajlovic (73., Eigentor), 2:2 Bierhoff (80.).

Booked: Matthäus.


98 (2)


With this game, Lothar Matthäus became the most capped player in a World Cup: 22 matches in five tournaments. Final record of 25 matches.

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