Klose a goal annulled in an exercise of honesty

The German striker Miroslav Klose in addition to being one of the best forwards in the world is one of the most honest people there has ever been on a football field. Last round of Serie A showed what it is to be a gentleman. His team Lazio faced Napoli and after scoring a goal by taking advantage of a corner kick he showed the world what he is capable of.

Pretending that it had been with the head in the beginning, the referee was deceived. But nevertheless, in the face of rival protests, the German decided to admit the truth and cancel the goal.


It's not the first time that Klose has done this. In the season 2004-05, during a match played with Werder Bremen against Arminia Bielefeld and with a score of 0-0, Klose slipped inside the Arminia area. The referee signaled a penalty but Klose, instead of heading to the eleven meter point, got up, went to talk to the collegiate and told him that he had not been. Nonetheless, the referee pointed it out the same and then decided to throw the ball out. . Four months later he was awarded the Fair Play award of the German Federation. Klose, a Sir.

A curiosity, his particular celebration when he scores goals (when showing the hand with three raised fingers) it is due to personal reasons, that at first I did not want to say but that thanks to the insistence of the press I revealed: He raises 3 fingers to dedicate his goals to his family ( of 3 members), his wife and 2 children.

Julio Muñoz

Julio Muñoz

Journalist, specialist in international football and retro. I write in Colgadosporelfutbol.com and you can follow me at @ juliomv1982
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