World Cup 2010, Argentina Vs. Germany: Miroslav Klose Puts German Chance For Second Goal Over Crossbar

A relatively easy chance for Miroslav Klose has gone over the crossbar in the 24th minute, leaving Germany up one goal over Argentina.

Build-up through the right side eventually put Thomas Müller with speed into the right side of Argentina's penalty area.  As Nicolas Burdisso moved to play the oncoming attacker, Müller cut the ball back to Klose, by himself 12 yards from goal.  Klose opened his right foot onto the ball only to put the shot  well over the crossbar.

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