Miroslav Klose still proving his worth at Lazio - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Miroslav Klose is like wine. The older, the better. The 36 year old became the all time leading goal scorer in World Cup history earlier in the summer and it was believed that he would return to former club Kaiserslautern for his final season in his decorated career. However, Lazio manager Stefano...
Miroslav Klose scored two goals a minute apart as Lazio beat visiting Cagliari 4-2 Monday to move into third place in Serie A.
It was the fifth win in six matches for the Roman club, which is level with Sampdoria three points behind city rival Roma and six points behind Italian leader Juventus.
''We wanted to get third place tonight and now that we've got it we...
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Miroslav Klose scored twice on his Lazio return as Stefano Pioli’s side beat Cagliari 4-2 in Serie A on Monday. […]
The qualifiers for the 2016 European Championships are underway. Much like the World Cup, the teams are split into nine groups. Each group is comprised of six teams (with the exception of Group I, which has five teams). Once the group stage matches are complete, twenty three teams will join France (who as host country receive automatic entry) to vie for the chance to become world...
FRANKFURT, Germany — Miroslav Klose, the top scorer in World Cup history, has retired from Germany’s national squad a month after the team won the title for the fourth time.
The 36-year-old Klose scored twice in Brazil, making him the highest-scoring player in the tournament’s history with 16 goals, one ahead of Ronaldo. It was Klose’s fourth World Cup tournament.
Miroslav Klose has announced his retirement from international soccer less than one month after winning the World Cup with Germany in Brazil and becoming the all-time leading goalscorer in World Cup history.
The 36-year-old enjoyed a largely successful international career spanning for over 13 years where he scored 71 goals in 137 appearances for the nation.
The attacker, who broke...
German forward, Miroslav Klose scored the 16th goal of his World Cup career against Brazil on Tuesday, giving him the all-time lead in the history of the tournament. He was previously tied with Brazilian legend, Ronaldo at fifteen.
GOOOOAALLLL!!! Klose scores to make it 2-0 to #GER and in the process becomes the top scorer in World Cup history! (16 goals, Ronaldo on 15)
— ITV Football...
0 is the number of games lost by Germany in which Miroslav Klose has scored.
1st: Germany were the first team to score seven goals in a World Cup semifinal.
5 is the number of saves made by a hapless Julio Cesar.
The 10th German shot was their first effort to go off-target as Mesut Oezil’s free-kick went flying over the bar.
16 goals scored by Miroslav Klose in World Cup matches...
Miroslav Klose didn’t wait long to etch his name into the record books.
The German striker entered Saturday’s 2014 FIFA World Cup Group G matchup against Ghana in the 69th minute and scored just under two minutes later off a corner kick to tie the score at 2-2 and save his team from a critical defeat.