Andrés Escobar was a part of the Generation X demographic cohort.
Andrés Escobar was not a boomer. The boomer generation ended in 1964, whereas he was born 3 years later in 1967.
He was a Colombian footballer who played as a defender. During a World Cup game against the United States, he scored an own goal which contributed to his team's elimination from the tournament. Shortly after the 1994 World Cup ended, Escobar was shot dead outside of a nightclub Medellín, Colombia. His killing is widely believed to have been punishment for the own goal.
His nickname / alias was: "The Gentleman"
Andrés Escobar was around 6 foot tall. In centimetres, his height was 184 cm.
This means that he was noticeably taller than the average American male.
If he was still alive today, he would be 55 years old.
He was born on a Monday.
He died on a Saturday.
He scored the own goal during a World Cup group match on June 22, 1994. Over 27 years have passed since the game.
He died in July, 1994, which was over 27 years ago. Two decades have passed since his death.
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