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#pounditSaturday, February 24, 2024

Miroslav Klose Flips His Way to Victory

Miroslav Klose scored two of Germany’s four goals against Argentina in a quarterfinals shutout win at the 2010 World Cup. The match against Argentina marked Klose’s 100th international game for Germany, and his two goals placed him second all-time in World Cup history with 14 for his career. Klose’s first goal was the result of an impressive setup from Lukas Podolski. He slid on his knees after that goal but broke out his trademark flip following his second goal which came in the 89th minute. Here’s a video of Miroslav Klose’s flip after scoring for Germany:

Germany has displayed the most firepower of any team at the tournament, scoring four goals in three different games. As of now, it’s looking like they’ll have a date with The Netherlands in the finals, unless Spain and Uruguay have something to say about it.

Video Credit: YouTube user hollywoodz2010


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