Klose Counts First Goal In First Serie A Game


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AC Milan players argue amongst themselves as Germany international striker MIROSLAV KLOSE (25) of SS Lazio Rome, who registered 121 career goals in 307 career Bundesliga games for 1.FC Kaiserslautern, Werder Bremen and Bayern Munich before arriving at the capital city club on a free transfer this summer, slowly jogs back into position after scoring a goal in only the 12th minute of the Serie A match at the world-renowned Stadio Giuseppe Meazza in the Italian Alps.
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Three-time Germany World Cup striker MIROSLAV KLOSE scored the very first goal of the new 2011/12 Serie A season as visiting SS Lazio Rome and AC Milan fought to a 2-2 draw in the league opener at the San Siro.

It took the veteran Klose, who has increased his international total to 62 goals from 112 matches but had managed only four goals in 45 Bundesliga matches for German giants Bayern Munich combined over the past two years, just twelve minutes to claim his first strike in the crack Italian first division.

The aging 33-year-old Torjaeger, who netted a goal last Friday for Germany in the Euro 2012 qualifying match with Austria but failed to score in midweek against Poland, had already tallied on his competitive debut for SS Lazio in the Roman club’s 6-0 UEFA Europa League victory over Macedonian side FK Robotnicki at the Stade Olimpico.

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