Argentina World Cup Winner José Luis ‘Tata’ Brown Dies at 62


Football player José Luis Brown, who scored Argentina’s opening goal in their win against West Germany in the 1986 World Cup final, has died at 62.

The defender, known by his nickname “Tata”, dislocated his shoulder in the match but refused to be substituted.

Watch the above video of the incident where he dislocates his shoulder and refuses to come off the pitch.

That was the only international goal of his career. Argentina, led by Diego Maradona, won the match 3-2 to secure their second World Cup title.

Brown had been battling Alzheimer’s disease, media reports said.

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