Johannesburg, Aug. 20: Veteran Germany striker Miroslav Klose will retire from international football after next year’s World Cup.
Klose, who is set to break Gerd Mueller’s goal-scoring record, told German magazine Kicker that his retirement will happen with regards to the national team.
According to sports24, the 35-year-old has made 128 appearances for Germany and scored 67 goals, just one short of Germany’s record scorer Mueller.
The Lazio star could finish the 2014 World Cup with two personal records, but said his priority is winning the world title with the German team. (ANI)