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Former Argentina defender and FIFA World Cup-winner Jose Luis Brownn is dead.

Brown, who played club football in Argentina, Colombia, France and Spain, had suffered from Alzheimer's.

Former Argentina defender and FIFA World Cup-winner Jose Luis Brown passed away on Monday, aged 62.

As a coach, Brown was technical assistant for Sergio Batista in the team that won the Beijing Olympic Football Tournament. A year later he helped qualified the national team for the FIFA U-17 World Cup Nigeria 1999.

El Tata famously scored the opening goal of the Mexico 1986 Final helping the Diego Maradona-led Argentina to an iconic 3-2 win over Germany in Mexico City.
Remarkably, it was the only goal of his 35-match international career for Argentina.



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