A guide to the German striker's record-breaking 16 World Cup goals
Record-breaking Germany striker Miroslav Klose has announced his retirement from international football, a month after becoming the all-time leading scorer at the World Cup and finally lifting the trophy in Brazil.
The 36-year-old fired his 16th World Cup finals goal against hosts Brazil in the semi-finals to surpass the total set by Brazilian Ronaldo on July 8, 2014, before helping Germany to victory in his 137th and last game in the final against Argentina five days later.
The Lazio forward, Germany's all-time leading scorer, also became only the third player after compatriot Uwe Seeler and Brazil's Pelé to score in four different World Cups.
In celebration of his amazing international career, click or swipe through the images to see all of the striker's World Cup goals.