Miroslav Klose beats Brazilian Ronaldo’s World Cup goal scoring record.He has scored 16 goals in the history of the tournament.The 36-year-old scored against Ghana in the group stage and he netted five times in 2002 and 2006, and four in 2010.
Miroslav Klose has beaten Ronaldo’s record to become the top scorer in World Cup history.
The German forward scored his side’s second goal in their staggering 7-1 victory in the semi-final against Brazil to become the record holder outright with 16.
‘We are a team and it shows on the field,’ he said.
‘It’s also important that our set pieces bring results. You saw it again today. Toni puts the ball where it has to go every time and that’s a big strength.’