The 1990 World Cup was hosted by Italy, but it was not the Italians who claimed victory in their home country. Argentina, led by Diego Maradona, knocked out the Italian squad in a dramatic match that came down to penalties. West Germany eliminated England in another outstanding match where they defeated the English 4-3 in a penalty shootout. The 1990 World Cup final set the stage for a rematch of the 1986 final between West Germany and Argentina, which was won by Argentina.
Seeking revenge the West Germany squad came out with vengeance to capture its third World Cup title. After the Argentinian defender Pedro Monzon was sent off with a red card, the Germans took over the match. In the 85th minute, West Germany was awarded a controversial penalty kick which sparked outrage from the Argentina side. Hero Andreas Brehme converted the penalty and sealed the 1-0 victory for West Germany. Claiming their third and final title before the reunification of Germany - making them the most successful World Cup nation at the time.
Step back into history with this vintage Italian World Cup poster. This poster will remind you of the legacy of the 1990 West German victors coached by Franz Beckenbauer. We guarantee the highest quality products and promise free same day shipping to your doorstep. Own your piece of German soccer history and relive the World Cup magic.