RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Miroslav Klose has had a good week.
Tuesday: Become the World Cup's all-time leading scorer.
Sunday: Win the World Cup.
If the 36-year-old Klose does choose to retire now, it'll be with those two very big achievements.
It didn't even matter to Klose that he was substituted in the 1-0 win over Argentina in the final at the Maracana Stadium. Klose came off for Mario Goetze, who went on to score Germany's title-clinching goal in extra time.