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The Germany vs Brazil semi-final match was remarkable in two sense. The complete rout of Brazil in the hands of the German team and for Miroslav Klose making a new record.
Miroslav Klose became an all-time top scorer in World Cup with 16 goals to his credit. He scored in the first half of the match against Brazil and surpassed Brazilian legend Ronaldo's existing tally of 15.
World Cup 2014 is Miroslav's fourth World Cup semi-final match. The 36-year old striker placed his country well on the course for the final match on Sunday in Rio de Janeiro.
Thomas Mueller opened the account of scores for Germany with his early opener during the semi-final vs Brazil. Toni Kroos scored two more goals in quick succession to put Germans 4-0 ahead and Sami Khedira kicked in the fifth goal before the half hour mark.
Miroslav Klose played till the 58th minute, when he was replaced by Andre Schurrle.
Klose had equalled Ronaldo's record of 15 World Cup goals in the group stages against Ghana, where the match was a 2-2 draw.
Just over a month ago Klose became Germany's top scorer when he broke Gerd Mueller record of 68 goals in a 6-1 pre-World Cup friendly win against Armenia.
Germany vs Brazil semi-final match saw the Germans win the game 7-1 to make a triumphant entry into the finals. Germany will be playing a record 8th time in the World Cup final.
(AW: Pratima Tigga)