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Miroslav Klose
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Personal information
Full name Miroslav Josef Klose
Date of birth 9 June 1978 (1978-06-09) (age 42)
Place of birth    Opole, Flag of Poland Poland
Height 1.84 m (6 ft +12 in)
Playing position Striker
Club information
Current club Flag of Germany Germany (assistant coach)
Youth clubs
1987–1997 Flag of Germany SG Blaubach-Diedelkopf
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1997–1998
1998–1999
1998–1999
1999–2001
1999–2004
2004–2007
2007–2011
2011–2016
Flag of Germany SG Blaubach-Diedelkopf
Flag of Germany FC 08 Homburg II
Flag of Germany FC 08 Homburg
Flag of Germany 1. FC Kaiserslautern II
Flag of Germany 1. FC Kaiserslautern
Flag of Germany Werder Bremen
Flag of Germany Bayern Munich
Flag of Italy Lazio

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018 00(1)
050 0(26)
120 0(44)
089 0(53)
098 0(24)
139 0(54)   
National team
2001–2014 Flag of Germany Germany 137 0(71)

Miroslav Josef Klose (born Mirosław Marian Klose on 9 June 1978) is a Polish-born German retired professional footballer who last played as a striker for Lazio in the Serie A and Germany. He is currently a member of the Germany national team's coching staff. He is top goalscorer in the history of FIFA World Cup with 16 goals, he is also top scorer all-time of Germany national team.

Honours

Clubs

Werder Bremen
Bayern Munich
Lazio

National team

Germany

Individual

Personal records

External links

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Germany – UEFA Euro 2004 semi-finalists

1. Kahn 2. Hinkel 3. Friedrich 4. Wörns 5. Nowotny 6. Baumann 7. Schweinsteiger 8. Hamann 9. Bobic 10. Kurányi 11. Klose 12. Lehmann 13. Ballack 14. Brdarić 15. Kehl 16. Jeremies 17. Ziege 18. Ernst 19. Schneider 20. Podolski 21. Lahm 22. Frings 23. Hildebrand

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Germany – 2006 FIFA World Cup - Third place



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Germany – UEFA Euro 2008 - Runners-up

1. Lehmann 2. Jansen 3. Friedrich 4. Fritz 5. Westermann 6. Rolfes 7. Schweinsteiger 8. Frings 9. Gómez 10. Neuville 11. Klose 12. Enke 13. Ballack (c) 14. Trochowski 15. Hitzlsperger 16. Lahm 17. Mertesacker 18. Borowski 19. Odonkor 20. Podolski 21. Metzelder 22. Kurányi 23. Adler

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Germany – 2010 FIFA World Cup - Third place

1. Neuer 2. Jansen 3. Friedrich 4. Aogo 5. Tasci 6. Khedira 7. Schweinsteiger 8. Özil 9. Kießling 10. Podolski 11. Klose 12. Wiese 13. Müller 14. Badstuber 15. Trochowski 16. Lahm 17. Mertesacker 18. Kroos 19. Cacau 20. Boateng 21. Marin 22. Butt 23. Gómez

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Germany – UEFA Euro 2012 semi-finalists

1. Neuer 2. Gündoğan 3. Schmelzer 4. Höwedes 5. Hummels 6. Khedira 7. Schweinsteiger 8. Özil 9. Schürrle 10. Podolski 11. Klose 12. Wiese 13. Müller 14. Badstuber 15. L. Bender 16. Lahm 17. Mertesacker 18. Kroos 19. Götze 20. Boateng 21. Reus 22. Zieler 23. Gómez

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Germany – 2014 FIFA World Cup – Winner

1. Neuer 2. Großkreutz 3. Ginter 4. Höwedes 5. Hummels 6. Khedira 7. Schweinsteiger 8. Özil 9. Schürrle 10. Podolski 11. Klose 12. Zieler 13. Müller 14. Draxler 15. Durm 16. Lahm (c) 17. Mertesacker 18. Kroos 19. Götze 20. Boateng 21. Mustafi 22. Weidenfeller 23. Kramer

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