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Miroslav Klose and Thomas Muller will bring a total of 26 World Cup goals to the final Sunday, a staggering tally for two of the most prolific strikers in the tournament's history. Klose is the World Cup's all-time record goal scorer with 16 in four tournaments, while Muller has 10 in two editions. Klose is Germany's all-time scoring leader with 71 goals for Germany in 136 appearances and he has no plans to stop no matter what happens Sunday.Klose won the Golden Boot at the 2006 World Cup with five.Muller, who is one shy of Colombian James Rodriguez's mark of six in the top scorer charts in Brazil, is slightly taller than Klose at 1.86 meters and a renowned light-hearted prankster.
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