Brazil vs Germany photos: Miroslav Klose is highest World cup goal-scorer

 Brazil vs Germany photos: Miroslav Klose is highest World cup goal-scorer

Germany's Miroslav Klose celebrates after scoring a goal during the 2014 World Cup semi-finals between Brazil and Germany. Klose became the World Cup's all-time record scorer with his 16th goal in the match. In this slideshow we look at some other goals, scored by Klose in the past. Reuters

Germany's Miroslav Klose (R) shoots to score a goal past Brazil's goalkeeper Julio Cesar during their 2014 World Cup semi-finals at the Mineirao stadium in Belo Horizonte July 8, 2014.             REUTERS

Germany's Miroslav Klose (R) shoots to score a goal past Brazil's goalkeeper Julio Cesar during their 2014 World Cup semi-finals at the Mineirao stadium in Belo Horizonte. Reuters

Germany's Miroslav Klose (front) taps the ball in to score against Ghana during their 2014 World Cup Group G soccer match at the Castelao arena in Fortaleza June 21, 2014.  REUTERS

Germany's Miroslav Klose (front) taps the ball in to score against Ghana during their 2014 World Cup Group G football match at the Castelao arena in Fortaleza June 21, 2014. The 36-year-old equalled Ronaldo's 15-goal-record with his strike against Ghana. Reuters.

Germany's Miroslav Klose (L) scores a goal past England's goalkeeper David James during a 2010 World Cup second round soccer match at Free State stadium in Bloemfontein June 27, 2010. REUTERS

Germany's Miroslav Klose (L) scores a goal past England's goalkeeper David James during a 2010 World Cup second round football match at Free State stadium in Bloemfontein June 27, 2010. Reuters

Germany's Miroslav Klose (R) scores past Australia's goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer (C) and Lucas Neill during the 2010 World Cup Group D soccer match at Moses Mabhida stadium in Durban June 13, 2010.    REUTERS

Germany's Miroslav Klose (R) scores past Australia's goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer (C) and Lucas Neill during the 2010 World Cup Group D football match at Moses Mabhida stadium in Durban.  Reuters

Germany's Miroslav Klose (R) scores a goal as Argentina's Nicolas Burdisso (4) and goalkeeper Sergio Romero watch during a 2010 World Cup quarter-final soccer match at Green Point stadium in Cape Town July 3, 2010. REUTERS

Germany's Miroslav Klose (R) scores a goal as Argentina's Nicolas Burdisso (4) and goalkeeper Sergio Romero watch during a 2010 World Cup quarter-final football match at Green Point stadium in Cape Town. Reuters

Germany's Miroslav Klose (L) scores a goal past Argentina's Nicolas Burdisso (C) and goalkeeper Sergio Romero during a 2010 World Cup quarter-final soccer match at Green Point stadium in Cape Town July 3, 2010. REUTERS

Germany's Miroslav Klose (L) scores a goal past Argentina's Nicolas Burdisso (C) and goalkeeper Sergio Romero during a 2010 World Cup quarter-final football match at Green Point stadium in Cape Town in 2010. Reuters

Germany's Miroslav Klose (front) scores the first goal as Saudi Arabia's goalkeeper Mohammed al Deayea dives and Saudi Arabia's Hussein Sulimani (R) looks on during their group E match World Cup Finals in Sapporo June 1, 2002. Reuters

Germany's Miroslav Klose (front) scores the first goal as Saudi Arabia's goalkeeper Mohammed al Deayea dives and Saudi Arabia's Hussein Sulimani (R) looks on during their group E match World Cup Finals in Sapporo June 1, 2002. Reuters

Germany's Miroslav Klose (R) scores a goal past Cameroon's goalkeeper Boukar Alioum during their Group E match at the World Cup Finals in Shizuoka, June 11, 2002. Germany beat Cameroon 2-0. REUTERS/

Germany's Miroslav Klose (R) scores a goal past Cameroon's goalkeeper Boukar Alioum during their Group E match at the World Cup Finals in Shizuoka, June 11, 2002. Germany beat Cameroon 2-0. Reuters

Germany's Miroslav Klose (2nd L) scores against Ireland's goalkeeper Shay Given (R) during their Group E match at the World Cup Finals in Ibaraki June 5, 2002. Looking on at left is Ireland's Ian Harte. REUTERS

Germany's Miroslav Klose (2nd L) scores against Ireland's goalkeeper Shay Given (R) during their Group E match at the World Cup Finals in Ibaraki June 5, 2002. Looking on at left is Ireland's Ian Harte. Reuters

GERMANY'S KLOSE OUTJUMPS SAUDI ARABIA'S ZUBROMAWI TO SCORE HIS SECOND GOAL DURING THEIR GROUP E MATCH AT THE WORLD CUP FINALS IN SAPPORO.   Germany's Miroslav Klose outjumps Saudi Arabia's Abdullah Sulaiman Zubromawi to score his second goal during their group E match at the World Cup Finals in Sapporo June 1, 2002. REUTERS

Germany's Miroslav Klose outjumps Saudi Arabia's Abdullah Sulaiman Zubromawi to score his second goal during their group E match at the World Cup in 2002. Reuters

Updated Date: Jul 09, 2014 10:41:06 IST