Lothar Matthaus

Lothar Matthaus
Lothar Matthaus.jpg
Name Lothar Herbert Matthäus
PES Age 29
Nation ClassicGermany.png Classic Germany
Position CB, CWP, DMF, AMF
Year Retired 2000
Key stats Stamina - 94
Short Pass Accuracy - 92
Long Pass Accuracy - 90

Lothar Matthäus (pronounced mat-AY-us) was capped 150 times for Germany and is also one of the key players in the Classic Germany team. Matthaus was never licensed in PES although he did feature heavily in PES's predecessor ISS. He is a recommended player because of his versatility and also because of his pin-point passing accuracy and explosive shooting. His unlicensed name is Maletz as Konami don't hold the licenses to the classic teams. Along with Beckenbauer and Gerd Muller, Matthaus is one of the most important players in the Classic Germany team. In real life he was just as great and even great players such as Maradona and Pelé held him in high regard.

Lothar with his national team
Last edited by Whelan on 12 August 2010 at 07:36
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