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UPDATED: 08:09, July 04, 2006
Klinsmann hopes for more goals from Klose
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German coach Juergen Klinsmann has hoped that his World Cup scoring mark could be beat by striker Miroslav Klose.

As a player, Klinsmann scored a total of 11 goals from 1990-98, one more than the 10 goals scored by the 28-year-old Klose over two World Cups.

Klinsmann said Monday that more goals by Klose would boost Germany's bid for the World Cup glory.

"I wish he would overtake me a quickly as possible,"said Klinsmann.

"It would mean we would have a good chance of being here on Sunday night. He knows he has not reached his final destination yet. He must find a way to get past me."

Germany play Italy on Tuesday in Dortmund in the semifinals with the final to be played on Sunday in Berlin.

Source: Xinhua


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