World Cup 2010, Argentina Vs. Germany: Miroslav Klose's 14th World Cup Goal Puts Germany Up 4-0

Miroslav Klose is within one of tying the record for most career World Cup goals after scoring his 14th in the 88th minute against Argentina, putting Germany up 4-0 and on the verge of the semifinals.

A counterattack led to Lukas Podolski with the ball on the left flank, the Köln  attacker floating a  cross for Klose, whose right footed volley was perfectly placed in Sergio Romero's lower right-hand corner, giving the Germans a 4-0 lead.

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