Miroslav Klose netted against Brazil in the semifinals on Tuesday to become the all-time leading World Cup goalscorer with 16.
Klose, 36, had already pulled level with Brazilian legend Ronaldo when he scored in the 71st minute of Germany's clash with Ghana and went one better in the semis in Belo Horizonte.
The striker -- who became the first player to ever appear in four World Cup semifinals -- put Joachim Low's side into a 2-0 lead with a 23rd-minute strike.
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