Can Miroslav Klose Make World Cup History in South Africa?

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Publish Date : 2021-04-20 06:44:02
Can Miroslav Klose Make World Cup History in South Africa?

Miroslav Klose is the only player in the history of the World Cup to score five or more goals in consecutive World Cups, something he achieved in 2002 and 2006. In the latter tournament his five goals were enough to win him the Fifa 'Golden Boot' and now he is in a position to break his own record by winning the the award again in 2010 in South Africa.

German World Cup success over the years has always relied on a top goal scorer and as a Nation down the years, they have produced some of the greatest strikers ever seen. Back in the 60s, when they became World Cup runners up to England, their main striker was the inspirational Uwe Seeler, who played in a total of four World Cups and is the only player in its history to score at least twice in four tournaments. He was capped 72 times in all by his country and scored 43 goals.

Possibly their most famous striker was the man known as 'Der Bomber', Gerd Muller, who scored an incredible 68 goals in 62 International appearances, including ten in the 1970 World Cup, where he won the 'Golden Boot'. He is the second highest scorer in World Cup history with 14 goals, a figure only bettered by the great Ronaldo of Brazil.

After Muller, it was the mercurial Karl Heinz Rummenigge who took over the scoring responsibilities and netted a total of 45 goals in 95 matches. Rummenigge may not have been as prolific as Muller, but he was at the time one of the greatest footballing talents in the world, with possibly only Diego Maradona ahead of him at that time. He played in three World Cups, between 1978 -1986, finishing runners up on two occasions.

Jurgen Klinsman became the main man during the late 80s and 90s, a role that he relished scoring goals galore. He netted a total of 47 goals in a total of 108 International matches for his country, 11 of these goals coming in the three World Cup competitions of 1990, 1994 and 1998, in which West Germany won the tournament in 1990.

Klose therefore has had a lot to live up to, but if anything, he has exceeded expectations over the years and has surpassed records that he was not thought capable of. He has never been regarded as a player at the same level as Muller or Rummenigge, but in front of goal and particularly with his head he has proven himself just as lethal which is why he is amongst the favourites once again to win the Golden Boot in South Africa.

So far this season, he has played infrequently for his club, Bayern M

Miroslav Klose is the only player in the history of the World Cup to score five or more goals in consecutive World Cups, something he achieved in 2002 and 2006. In the latter tournament his five goals were enough to win him the Fifa 'Golden Boot' and now he is in a position to break his own record by winning the the award again in 2010 in South Africa.

German World Cup success over the years has always relied on a top goal scorer and as a Nation down the years, they have produced some of the greatest strikers ever seen. Back in the 60s, when they became World Cup runners up to England, their main striker was the inspirational Uwe Seeler, who played in a total of four World Cups and is the only player in its history to score at least twice in four tournaments. He was capped 72 times in all by his country and scored 43 goals.

Possibly their most famous striker was the man known as 'Der Bomber', Gerd Muller, who scored an incredible 68 goals in 62 International appearances, including ten in the 1970 World Cup, where he won the 'Golden Boot'. He is the second highest scorer in World Cup history with 14 goals, a figure only bettered by the great Ronaldo of Brazil.

After Muller, it was the mercurial Karl Heinz Rummenigge who took over the scoring responsibilities and netted a total of 45 goals in 95 matches. Rummenigge may not have been as prolific as Muller, but he was at the time one of the greatest footballing talents in the world, with possibly only Diego Maradona ahead of him at that time. He played in three World Cups, between 1978 -1986, finishing runners up on two occasions.

Jurgen Klinsman became the main man during the late 80s and 90s, a role that he relished scoring goals galore. He netted a total of 47 goals in a total of 108 International matches for his country, 11 of these goals coming in the three World Cup competitions of 1990, 1994 and 1998, in which West Germany won the tournament in 1990.

Klose therefore has had a lot to live up to, but if anything, he has exceeded expectations over the years and has surpassed records that he was not thought capable of. He has never been regarded as a player at the same level as Muller or Rummenigge, but in front of goal and particularly with his head he has proven himself just as lethal which is why he is amongst the favourites once again to win the Golden Boot in South Africa.

So far this season, he has played infrequently for his club, Bayern M

Miroslav Klose is the only player in the history of the World Cup to score five or more goals in consecutive World Cups, something he achieved in 2002 and 2006. In the latter tournament his five goals were enough to win him the Fifa 'Golden Boot' and now he is in a position to break his own record by winning the the award again in 2010 in South Africa.

German World Cup success over the years has always relied on a top goal scorer and as a Nation down the years, they have produced some of the greatest strikers ever seen. Back in the 60s, when they became World Cup runners up to England, their main striker was the inspirational Uwe Seeler, who played in a total of four World Cups and is the only player in its history to score at least twice in four tournaments. He was capped 72 times in all by his country and scored 43 goals.

Possibly their most famous striker was the man known as 'Der Bomber', Gerd Muller, who scored an incredible 68 goals in 62 International appearances, including ten in the 1970 World Cup, where he won the 'Golden Boot'. He is the second highest scorer in World Cup history with 14 goals, a figure only bettered by the great Ronaldo of Brazil.

After Muller, it was the mercurial Karl Heinz Rummenigge who took over the scoring responsibilities and netted a total of 45 goals in 95 matches. Rummenigge may not have been as prolific as Muller, but he was at the time one of the greatest footballing talents in the world, with possibly only Diego Maradona ahead of him at that time. He played in three World Cups, between 1978 -1986, finishing runners up on two occasions.

Jurgen Klinsman became the main man during the late 80s and 90s, a role that he relished scoring goals galore. He netted a total of 47 goals in a total of 108 International matches for his country, 11 of these goals coming in the three World Cup competitions of 1990, 1994 and 1998, in which West Germany won the tournament in 1990.

Klose therefore has had a lot to live up to, but if anything, he has exceeded expectations over the years and has surpassed records that he was not thought capable of. He has never been regarded as a player at the same level as Muller or Rummenigge, but in front of goal and particularly with his head he has proven himself just as lethal which is why he is amongst the favourites once again to win the Golden Boot in South Africa.

So far this season, he has played infrequently for his club, Bayern M

Miroslav Klose is the only player in the history of the World Cup to score five or more goals in consecutive World Cups, something he achieved in 2002 and 2006. In the latter tournament his five goals were enough to win him the Fifa 'Golden Boot' and now he is in a position to break his own record by winning the the award again in 2010 in South Africa.

German World Cup success over the years has always relied on a top goal scorer and as a Nation down the years, they have produced some of the greatest strikers ever seen. Back in the 60s, when they became World Cup runners up to England, their main striker was the inspirational Uwe Seeler, who played in a total of four World Cups and is the only player in its history to score at least twice in four tournaments. He was capped 72 times in all by his country and scored 43 goals.

Possibly their most famous striker was the man known as 'Der Bomber', Gerd Muller, who scored an incredible 68 goals in 62 International appearances, including ten in the 1970 World Cup, where he won the 'Golden Boot'. He is the second highest scorer in World Cup history with 14 goals, a figure only bettered by the great Ronaldo of Brazil.

After Muller, it was the mercurial Karl Heinz Rummenigge who took over the scoring responsibilities and netted a total of 45 goals in 95 matches. Rummenigge may not have been as prolific as Muller, but he was at the time one of the greatest footballing talents in the world, with possibly only Diego Maradona ahead of him at that time. He played in three World Cups, between 1978 -1986, finishing runners up on two occasions.

Jurgen Klinsman became the main man during the late 80s and 90s, a role that he relished scoring goals galore. He netted a total of 47 goals in a total of 108 International matches for his country, 11 of these goals coming in the three World Cup competitions of 1990, 1994 and 1998, in which West Germany won the tournament in 1990.

Klose therefore has had a lot to live up to, but if anything, he has exceeded expectations over the years and has surpassed records that he was not thought capable of. He has never been regarded as a player at the same level as Muller or Rummenigge, but in front of goal and particularly with his head he has proven himself just as lethal which is why he is amongst the favourites once again to win the Golden Boot in South Africa.

So far this season, he has played infrequently for his club, Bayern M

Miroslav Klose is the only player in the history of the World Cup to score five or more goals in consecutive World Cups, something he achieved in 2002 and 2006. In the latter tournament his five goals were enough to win him the Fifa 'Golden Boot' and now he is in a position to break his own record by winning the the award again in 2010 in South Africa.

German World Cup success over the years has always relied on a top goal scorer and as a Nation down the years, they have produced some of the greatest strikers ever seen. Back in the 60s, when they became World Cup runners up to England, their main striker was the inspirational Uwe Seeler, who played in a total of four World Cups and is the only player in its history to score at least twice in four tournaments. He was capped 72 times in all by his country and scored 43 goals.

Possibly their most famous striker was the man known as 'Der Bomber', Gerd Muller, who scored an incredible 68 goals in 62 International appearances, including ten in the 1970 World Cup, where he won the 'Golden Boot'. He is the second highest scorer in World Cup history with 14 goals, a figure only bettered by the great Ronaldo of Brazil.

After Muller, it was the mercurial Karl Heinz Rummenigge who took over the scoring responsibilities and netted a total of 45 goals in 95 matches. Rummenigge may not have been as prolific as Muller, but he was at the time one of the greatest footballing talents in the world, with possibly only Diego Maradona ahead of him at that time. He played in three World Cups, between 1978 -1986, finishing runners up on two occasions.

Jurgen Klinsman became the main man during the late 80s and 90s, a role that he relished scoring goals galore. He netted a total of 47 goals in a total of 108 International matches for his country, 11 of these goals coming in the three World Cup competitions of 1990, 1994 and 1998, in which West Germany won the tournament in 1990.

Klose therefore has had a lot to live up to, but if anything, he has exceeded expectations over the years and has surpassed records that he was not thought capable of. He has never been regarded as a player at the same level as Muller or Rummenigge, but in front of goal and particularly with his head he has proven himself just as lethal which is why he is amongst the favourites once again to win the Golden Boot in South Africa.

So far this season, he has played infrequently for his club, Bayern M

Miroslav Klose is the only player in the history of the World Cup to score five or more goals in consecutive World Cups, something he achieved in 2002 and 2006. In the latter tournament his five goals were enough to win him the Fifa 'Golden Boot' and now he is in a position to break his own record by winning the the award again in 2010 in South Africa.

German World Cup success over the years has always relied on a top goal scorer and as a Nation down the years, they have produced some of the greatest strikers ever seen. Back in the 60s, when they became World Cup runners up to England, their main striker was the inspirational Uwe Seeler, who played in a total of four World Cups and is the only player in its history to score at least twice in four tournaments. He was capped 72 times in all by his country and scored 43 goals.

Possibly their most famous striker was the man known as 'Der Bomber', Gerd Muller, who scored an incredible 68 goals in 62 International appearances, including ten in the 1970 World Cup, where he won the 'Golden Boot'. He is the second highest scorer in World Cup history with 14 goals, a figure only bettered by the great Ronaldo of Brazil.

After Muller, it was the mercurial Karl Heinz Rummenigge who took over the scoring responsibilities and netted a total of 45 goals in 95 matches. Rummenigge may not have been as prolific as Muller, but he was at the time one of the greatest footballing talents in the world, with possibly only Diego Maradona ahead of him at that time. He played in three World Cups, between 1978 -1986, finishing runners up on two occasions.

Jurgen Klinsman became the main man during the late 80s and 90s, a role that he relished scoring goals galore. He netted a total of 47 goals in a total of 108 International matches for his country, 11 of these goals coming in the three World Cup competitions of 1990, 1994 and 1998, in which West Germany won the tournament in 1990.

Klose therefore has had a lot to live up to, but if anything, he has exceeded expectations over the years and has surpassed records that he was not thought capable of. He has never been regarded as a player at the same level as Muller or Rummenigge, but in front of goal and particularly with his head he has proven himself just as lethal which is why he is amongst the favourites once again to win the Golden Boot in South Africa.

So far this season, he has played infrequently for his club, Bayern M

Miroslav Klose is the only player in the history of the World Cup to score five or more goals in consecutive World Cups, something he achieved in 2002 and 2006. In the latter tournament his five goals were enough to win him the Fifa 'Golden Boot' and now he is in a position to break his own record by winning the the award again in 2010 in South Africa.

German World Cup success over the years has always relied on a top goal scorer and as a Nation down the years, they have produced some of the greatest strikers ever seen. Back in the 60s, when they became World Cup runners up to England, their main striker was the inspirational Uwe Seeler, who played in a total of four World Cups and is the only player in its history to score at least twice in four tournaments. He was capped 72 times in all by his country and scored 43 goals.

Possibly their most famous striker was the man known as 'Der Bomber', Gerd Muller, who scored an incredible 68 goals in 62 International appearances, including ten in the 1970 World Cup, where he won the 'Golden Boot'. He is the second highest scorer in World Cup history with 14 goals, a figure only bettered by the great Ronaldo of Brazil.

After Muller, it was the mercurial Karl Heinz Rummenigge who took over the scoring responsibilities and netted a total of 45 goals in 95 matches. Rummenigge may not have been as prolific as Muller, but he was at the time one of the greatest footballing talents in the world, with possibly only Diego Maradona ahead of him at that time. He played in three World Cups, between 1978 -1986, finishing runners up on two occasions.

Jurgen Klinsman became the main man during the late 80s and 90s, a role that he relished scoring goals galore. He netted a total of 47 goals in a total of 108 International matches for his country, 11 of these goals coming in the three World Cup competitions of 1990, 1994 and 1998, in which West Germany won the tournament in 1990.

Klose therefore has had a lot to live up to, but if anything, he has exceeded expectations over the years and has surpassed records that he was not thought capable of. He has never been regarded as a player at the same level as Muller or Rummenigge, but in front of goal and particularly with his head he has proven himself just as lethal which is why he is amongst the favourites once again to win the Golden Boot in South Africa.

So far this season, he has played infrequently for his club, Bayern M

Miroslav Klose is the only player in the history of the World Cup to score five or more goals in consecutive World Cups, something he achieved in 2002 and 2006. In the latter tournament his five goals were enough to win him the Fifa 'Golden Boot' and now he is in a position to break his own record by winning the the award again in 2010 in South Africa.

German World Cup success over the years has always relied on a top goal scorer and as a Nation down the years, they have produced some of the greatest strikers ever seen. Back in the 60s, when they became World Cup runners up to England, their main striker was the inspirational Uwe Seeler, who played in a total of four World Cups and is the only player in its history to score at least twice in four tournaments. He was capped 72 times in all by his country and scored 43 goals.

Possibly their most famous striker was the man known as 'Der Bomber', Gerd Muller, who scored an incredible 68 goals in 62 International appearances, including ten in the 1970 World Cup, where he won the 'Golden Boot'. He is the second highest scorer in World Cup history with 14 goals, a figure only bettered by the great Ronaldo of Brazil.

After Muller, it was the mercurial Karl Heinz Rummenigge who took over the scoring responsibilities and netted a total of 45 goals in 95 matches. Rummenigge may not have been as prolific as Muller, but he was at the time one of the greatest footballing talents in the world, with possibly only Diego Maradona ahead of him at that time. He played in three World Cups, between 1978 -1986, finishing runners up on two occasions.

Jurgen Klinsman became the main man during the late 80s and 90s, a role that he relished scoring goals galore. He netted a total of 47 goals in a total of 108 International matches for his country, 11 of these goals coming in the three World Cup competitions of 1990, 1994 and 1998, in which West Germany won the tournament in 1990.

Klose therefore has had a lot to live up to, but if anything, he has exceeded expectations over the years and has surpassed records that he was not thought capable of. He has never been regarded as a player at the same level as Muller or Rummenigge, but in front of goal and particularly with his head he has proven himself just as lethal which is why he is amongst the favourites once again to win the Golden Boot in South Africa.

So far this season, he has played infrequently for his club, Bayern M

Miroslav Klose is the only player in the history of the World Cup to score five or more goals in consecutive World Cups, something he achieved in 2002 and 2006. In the latter tournament his five goals were enough to win him the Fifa 'Golden Boot' and now he is in a position to break his own record by winning the the award again in 2010 in South Africa.

German World Cup success over the years has always relied on a top goal scorer and as a Nation down the years, they have produced some of the greatest strikers ever seen. Back in the 60s, when they became World Cup runners up to England, their main striker was the inspirational Uwe Seeler, who played in a total of four World Cups and is the only player in its history to score at least twice in four tournaments. He was capped 72 times in all by his country and scored 43 goals.

Possibly their most famous striker was the man known as 'Der Bomber', Gerd Muller, who scored an incredible 68 goals in 62 International appearances, including ten in the 1970 World Cup, where he won the 'Golden Boot'. He is the second highest scorer in World Cup history with 14 goals, a figure only bettered by the great Ronaldo of Brazil.

After Muller, it was the mercurial Karl Heinz Rummenigge who took over the scoring responsibilities and netted a total of 45 goals in 95 matches. Rummenigge may not have been as prolific as Muller, but he was at the time one of the greatest footballing talents in the world, with possibly only Diego Maradona ahead of him at that time. He played in three World Cups, between 1978 -1986, finishing runners up on two occasions.

Jurgen Klinsman became the main man during the late 80s and 90s, a role that he relished scoring goals galore. He netted a total of 47 goals in a total of 108 International matches for his country, 11 of these goals coming in the three World Cup competitions of 1990, 1994 and 1998, in which West Germany won the tournament in 1990.

Klose therefore has had a lot to live up to, but if anything, he has exceeded expectations over the years and has surpassed records that he was not thought capable of. He has never been regarded as a player at the same level as Muller or Rummenigge, but in front of goal and particularly with his head he has proven himself just as lethal which is why he is amongst the favourites once again to win the Golden Boot in South Africa.

So far this season, he has played infrequently for his club, Bayern M

Miroslav Klose is the only player in the history of the World Cup to score five or more goals in consecutive World Cups, something he achieved in 2002 and 2006. In the latter tournament his five goals were enough to win him the Fifa 'Golden Boot' and now he is in a position to break his own record by winning the the award again in 2010 in South Africa.

German World Cup success over the years has always relied on a top goal scorer and as a Nation down the years, they have produced some of the greatest strikers ever seen. Back in the 60s, when they became World Cup runners up to England, their main striker was the inspirational Uwe Seeler, who played in a total of four World Cups and is the only player in its history to score at least twice in four tournaments. He was capped 72 times in all by his country and scored 43 goals.

Possibly their most famous striker was the man known as 'Der Bomber', Gerd Muller, who scored an incredible 68 goals in 62 International appearances, including ten in the 1970 World Cup, where he won the 'Golden Boot'. He is the second highest scorer in World Cup history with 14 goals, a figure only bettered by the great Ronaldo of Brazil.

After Muller, it was the mercurial Karl Heinz Rummenigge who took over the scoring responsibilities and netted a total of 45 goals in 95 matches. Rummenigge may not have been as prolific as Muller, but he was at the time one of the greatest footballing talents in the world, with possibly only Diego Maradona ahead of him at that time. He played in three World Cups, between 1978 -1986, finishing runners up on two occasions.

Jurgen Klinsman became the main man during the late 80s and 90s, a role that he relished scoring goals galore. He netted a total of 47 goals in a total of 108 International matches for his country, 11 of these goals coming in the three World Cup competitions of 1990, 1994 and 1998, in which West Germany won the tournament in 1990.

Klose therefore has had a lot to live up to, but if anything, he has exceeded expectations over the years and has surpassed records that he was not thought capable of. He has never been regarded as a player at the same level as Muller or Rummenigge, but in front of goal and particularly with his head he has proven himself just as lethal which is why he is amongst the favourites once again to win the Golden Boot in South Africa.

So far this season, he has played infrequently for his club, Bayern M

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