Harald Schumacher’s infamous kick on Patrick Battison in the semi final of the 1982 World Cup, knocking the French player out completely cold. Schumacher later apologized for the incident in person. Gracefully, Battison accepted the apology.
Rocheteau, Six, Michel Platini et Trésor soutiennent leur partenaire Patrick Battiston, gisant inconscient sur la pelouse de Sanchez Pizjuan après l'agression du gardien allemand Harald Schumacher. Coupe du Monde. 8 juillet 1982. Demi-finale RFA-France.
Partido homenaje a Paul Breitner en Mayo de 1983.World XI: Schumacher (`46 Maier), Leandro, Beckenbauer (`46 Breitner), Junior, Pezzey, K.-H.Forster, Adilio, Zico, Kempes (`46 Hrubesch), Littbarski,Schachner. Entrenadores: Helmut Schon, Josef Derwall, Branko Zebec,Udo Lattek.
What is the difference between these two guys?
Manuel Neuer and Harald Schumacher used the same methods to “protect” the goal the picture #2 is fined and the other is honored with a freekick for the keeper
After injuries to first and second choice goalkeepers Raimond Aumann Sven Scheuer, Bayern München called on the services of Köln and Germany veteran Harald Schumacher in 1991 to temporarily fill in. The 37 year old hung up his boots the following year. Above he is pictured with Olaf Thon (l) and Stefan Effeberg. ®
Harald “Toni” Schumacher, West Germany’s #1 from 1979 to 1986, making 76 appearances in the process. Schumacher was one of the first keepers to utilize the long one armed throw into the opponent’s half as a method of building up play quickly.