One of Argentina’s executioners in the 2014 World Cup final … Russia is going to play!
The German André Schürrle, protagonist in the final of the 2014 World Cup between Germany and Argentina and author of the goal pass to Mario Götze, arrived at Spartak Moscow as a loan from Borussia Dortmund, as reported by the Russian club on its website . 28, will play in the most successful club in Russia until the end of the season with the option to buy in Spartak.
The Teuton soccer player played last season at English Fulham, although the rights belong to 2020 for Borussia, who signed it in 2016 for 32 million euros. The German footballer is the first world champion wearing the Spartak shirt, which has won a single league title in the last 17 seasons. Schürrle also played throughout his career at Bayer Leverkusen, Chelsea and Wolfsburg, although his most remembered performances took place with the German national team.
The player scored two goals in Germany’s historic victory over Brazil (7-1) in the semifinals of the World Cup in 2014 and gave Gotze the extension to score the victory goal in the final. Schürrle will join the signings in recent weeks of the German Malcolm Badu, the Argentine Ezequiel Ponce and the Portuguese Idrisa Sambú Spartak who has started the season with a victory, a draw and a defeat, so the press is already talking about the dismissal imminent. of coach Oleg Konoonov.