22 Jun 2014

FIFA World Cup 2014: Germany vs Ghana 29th Match in Pictures

Miroslav Klose hit a World Cup record-equalling 15th goal as Germany fought back to claim a 2-2 draw with Ghana on Saturday.

Veteran striker Klose had only been on the pitch as a substitute for two minutes when he jabbed home the equaliser and joined Brazilian great Ronaldo on top of the all-time scoring charts.

The 36-year-old Lazio striker struck in the 71st minute of a thrilling Group G game at Fortaleza's Castelao Stadium after goals from Andre Ayew and Asamoah Gyan had fired Ghana into a 2-1 lead.

Benedikt Hoewedes celebrates after teammate Miroslav Klose scored Germany's second goal during a Group G football match between Germany and Ghana at the Castelao Stadium in Fortaleza.
Ghana's midfielder Andre Ayew celebrates after scoring a goal.

A German fan holds a placard during a Group G football match between Germany and Ghana

A German fan poses before the start of the Group G football match between Germany and Ghana.

Germany's defender Shkodran Mustafi  (L) vies with Ghana's defender Jonathan Mensah.

Germany's forward Mario Goetze (R) scores during a Group G football match between Germany and Ghana

Germany's forward Miroslav Klose celebrates after scoring.

Germany's forward Miroslav Klose celebrats after scoring.

Germany's forward Mario Goetze dreivs the ball.

Germany's midfielder Toni Kroos gestures during match between Germany and Ghana.

Ghana's midfielder Sulley Ali Muntari (L) kicks the ball past Germany's forward Thomas Mueller.

Germany's defender Jerome Boateng (R) vies with Ghana's midfielder Andre Ayew and Ghana's forward Kevin-Prince Boateng.

Germany's forward Miroslav Klose (3dL) scores.
(AFP Photo)

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