They were great players no doubt. But all great world players no. Could be all time great German players.
I mean the goal posts have been completely shifted here. First, the guy said Seeler, Rummenigge and Co. had not been among the best in the world at their time.
Then, after learning that this was complete none sense, he adjusted the argument to “all-time-greats” which conveniently can be debated for most bar a few players.
The first argument, however, was that Germany only ever had Müller as an exceptional striker and otherwise struggled with goal scorers up top, which is ridiculous.
And as for “all-time-great” strikers.. how many does any nation have, really? Sure, Brazil probably has more than others but can France, Spain, Argentina say they have had better than Müller, Rummenigge, Seeler?
And you probably would have to include Klose, too. Sure, he didn’t win Ballon d’Or but he won a World Cup and has scored the most World Cup goals in the history of the competition.