Miroslav Klose (pictured) scored twice and Germany ran riot over overmatched Argentina, 4-0 at the Green Point Stadium in Cape Town. Thomas Müller and Arne Friedrich of all players, scored the other two as the Germans destroyed the Argentines. Lionel Messi did next to nothing and Carlos Tévez had very little by way of service as Diego Maradona’s side go crashing out of the World Cup before the semi-final round. Germany advance to face Spain for the right to play in the final. The Germans will be without Müller in the semi-final, a victim of yellow card accumulation over the course of the tournament. Klose became the second all-time leading scorer in World Cup history with his brace. His fourteen goals over three World Cups are second only to Ronaldo’s fifteen.