“I’m right on schedule and I am pain-free,” Klose told a press conference yesterday.
“I have a very good feeling we are well prepared and have a great team,” added Klose, who turns 34 on Saturday when Germany face Portugal.
He added: “Portugal is not only Cristiano Ronaldo, they must also play as a team. If they want to beat us, they do it only as a team.”
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