Miroslav Klose Becomes the Leading World Cup Goal Scorer and smashed Brazil’s World Cup dream into an unforgetfull match with Germany’s extraordinary semi-final 7-1 win on Tuesday.
Germany’s 36-year-old striker Miroslav Klose became the all-time leading goal scorer in the World Cup finals history which socred his 16th goal in 23 minutes during the Semi-finals against Brazil on Tuesday.
Klose had surpassed the Brazilian legend Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima’s 15 World Cup goal marked to his name against Ghana 2-2 draw during the group stage, with his incredible 5-0 lead during the half-time.
His close range strike in Belo Horizonte against The Samba Kings (Brazil) on Tuesday puts Germany 2-0 up in the last four clash and was his first goal in a World Cup semi-final.
Miroslav Klose is Germany’s highest top scorer with 71 goals in 136 matches.
Germany is 5-0 against Brazil after just 35 minutes of the game.
Klose has already faced Ronaldo where they lost 2-0 with the legend Ronaldo scoring twice to register eight for the tournament.
Four years later with Germany as hosts, Klose won the Golden Boot when he scored five goals in leading the team to the semi-finals. In 2010 he scored four goals in South Africa. — Reuters