Ogenyi Onazi pays tribute to ‘legendary’ Miroslav Klose

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Super Eagles’ midfielder Ogenyi Onazi has paid his respect to Miroslav Klose who hangs his boots as Germany’s all-time topscorer after he announcing his retirement from football to end his 29-year old career.

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Klose who recorded 71 goals in 137 appearnces for the ‎Die Mannschaft and also owns the record for the most goals in the World Cup with 16 goals, called up his time in active football as he eyes a coaching role in the German national team.

Onazi who spent four years alongside the 38-year old at the ‎Stadio Olimpico before leaving for Trabzonspor in the summer recalled moments spent together with the German legend including the Coppa Italia triumph in the 2012-13 season.

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“It was a great privilege playing along side with you legend as you say farewell to active football #miroslavklose,” Onazi posted on Instagram

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