Miroslav Klose Announced Retirement from German National Side

Following their success in winning World Cup 2014, another German senior players have decided to end their international career as after Philipp Lahm, this time it’s Miroslav Klose’s turn to call it off.

The 36-year-old attacker finally ending his long years of success with Germany which was capped off not only with a World Cup title this year, but also by his success in becoming the tournament’s all time top scorer.

Klose successfully broke Ronaldo’s record as the Lazio star netted 16th goals already at World Cup after adding two more goals in Brazil, which also helped his nation to become the eventual winner.

Just like Lahm, Klose felt that there’s no better way in ending his international career by closing it with a fourth World Cup title for Germany along with personal success as well.