Miroslav Klose came off the bench to provide a much-needed equalizer for Germany in what has become the most entertaining game of the World Cup. The craft veteran tried to celebrate with a flip, but things didn’t go very smoothly. Considering the moment, I don’t think the poor landing is going to bother him too much.
Klose is now tied with Ronaldo for the most goals in World Cup history (15).
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