The Laudrup brothers, red dynamite
The hermanos Laudrup they are one of the best sibling pairs in football history. In professional football, there are many football sagas that we have been able to observe. But in this article we want to remember two brothers born in the cold Denmark, two men who were the reference of the Danish national team for a long time, Brian and Michael, los Laudrup.
The Laudrup brothers, the red dynamite of the Danish national team
Everyone knows Michael Laudrup. Born in 1964, He played in the Brondy, Lazio, Juventus, FC Barcelona, Real Madrid, Vissel Kobe y Ajax Amsterdam, participating in 464 games and scoring 117 goals. With the Danish national team, with which he debuted at eighteen, juice 104 scoring encounters 37 goals. With a vision playing out of the ordinary and a spectacular ability to the last pass, Michael is on the list of 100 best players ever. When the ball went through his feet, something unusual happened.
Brian Laudrup born in 1969. It debuted at Brondy and played in teams like Bayern Munich, Florentina, AC Milan, Glasgow Rangers, Chelsea, Copenhagen and Ajax where as his brother, He decided to quit football elite. A very different player cut Michael, He stood out more for his speed and scoring ability. He played in some of the biggest clubs in Europe though curiously never in the league.
The Laudrups played a World Cup together
Together, the hermanos Laudrup they just participated in a big competition together, the France World Cup 1998, and with both the edge of the withdrawal despite separately, both they participated in some of the successes of the Danish national team. Michael participated in the World of Mexico 86 where they were eliminated by Spain with four goals of Butragueno. On the other hand, Brian was on the team that won the European Championship 1992 against all odds after arriving guest bounce a few days before the Balkan War. A tournament that Michael, at the height of his career, He refused to play.
They also lived together the disappointment for not qualifying for the World 1994 in the US after falling again against Spain in the qualifying phase in that historic match played in Seville. Either way, beside Peter Schmeichel, were the most important Danish players of their time and possibly the best Danish players ever.