Browsing Miroslav Klose

9 Best Memes of Miroslav Klose Rescuing Germany Against Ghana in the World Cup

Posted on 22 Jun, 2014, by in Soccer

So Germany are in trouble against a fantastic Ghana team. In comes Miroslav Klose. The result? Perfectly predictable: A goal that makes him joint top scorer of the World Cups along with Ronaldo, Germany avoid a loss, Somersault that doesn’t work out too well and memes and jokes memorizing the moment. More

2014 World Cup – Germany & Ghana Give Us the Best Match so Far

Posted on 22 Jun, 2014, by in Soccer

From a Ghana team that simply outplayed many’s favorite to win the tournament, to Miroslav Klose saving Germany and becoming the joint all-time top scorer of the World Cup and Thomas Muller finishing the match on his back with blood covering his face, the 2-2 draw was the best match we’ve seen in this tournament so far. More

Greatest Scorers in World Cup History

Posted on 12 Jun, 2014, by in Featured, Soccer

Only seven players have scored 11 goals or more in the history of the World Cup. Two from Brazil, Pele and Ronaldo; one, Sandor Kocsis, is from Hungary; another is from France, Just Fontaine. West Germany or Germany with Jurgen Kilnsmann, Gerd Muller and Miroslav Klose. More

10 Oldest Players Heading Into the 2014 World Cup

Posted on 9 Jun, 2014, by in NFL, Soccer

Only one national team, Colombia, has more than one player in the top 10 of oldest players who’ll be part of the 2014 World Cup, featuring Mario Yepes and Faryd Mondragon. It’s not only fringe and lesser known players on this list, as fading stars like Frank Lampard, Didier Drogba, Gianluigi Buffon and Miroslav Klose have also made it into the list. More

Transfer Rumors 2013 – Barcelona Want Another Striker

Posted on 29 May, 2013, by in Soccer

Despite the addition of Neymar and the existence of Lionel Messi, Barcelona aren’t done strikers to the team, looking for more “classic number 9” type, which might suggest that a change in tactics and formation is coming down the road, with the likes of Luis Suarez, Miroslav Klose, Fernando Torres, Leandro Damiao, Javier Hernandez, Wayne Rooney, Romelu Lukaku, Daniel Osvaldo, Mario Gomez and Wilfried Bony as potential transfer targets. More

Miroslav Klose Scores 5 Goals in 60 Minutes (Lazio vs Bologna)

Posted on 5 May, 2013, by in Soccer

While Juventus were off securing their second consecutive Serie A title, Miroslav Klose showed that he can still score at the highest of levels, needing only 60 minutes to lead Lazio to a 6-0 win over Bologna while scoring five goals before being substituted to a standing ovation. More

Rasmus Elm Caps Off Legendary Comeback (Germany vs Sweden)

Posted on 17 Oct, 2012, by in Soccer

Some things can’t be explained by tactics, formations or anything logical. Germany were playing in fifth gear for 55 minutes, but somehow, out of nowhere, Sweden came back to claim a shocking 4-4 draw. More

Miroslav Klose – What Sportsmanship is all About

Posted on 27 Sep, 2012, by in Soccer

Football sportsmanship isn’t only about kicking the ball out when an opponent is down. It’s also about the more important thing – Not cheating. Miroslav Klose of Lazio proved that playing fair isn’t something all footballers forgot to do, asking the referee to disallow his goal in the 3-0 loss to Napoli. More

Euro 2012 – Germany vs Greece Summary

Posted on 22 Jun, 2012, by in Soccer

The Greeks rarely score more than one goal, but it wasn’t nearly enough. German, despite all of the changes to the attacking trio made by Joachim Low, were by far the superior side, winning their 15th consecutive competitive match and reaching their second straight Euro Semi Final with an impressive 4-2 win. More

Germany Crush Argentina en Route to Semi Final

Posted on 3 Jul, 2010, by in Soccer

Lionel Messi didn’t show up, again, for a big Argentina match, as Germany did to Maradona what they did to England a few days earlier, crushing the Albiceleste 4-0, never allowing Argentina any real threat on Neuer’s goal, with every piece of Low’s puzzle working perfectly, orchestrated by the fantastic Bastian Schweinsteiger, eliminating the second South American juggernaut side from the World Cup, ending the talks about Latin domination in South Africa. More