German striker Miroslav Klose is undecided on what the future holds for him after he played his last game in a Lazio shirt at the Stadio Olimpico in a game that the Biancoceleste lost 4-2 against Fiorentina.
Senad Lulic gave the hosts an early lead but the visitors scored four goals without reply from Matias Vecino, Federico Bernardeschi and Cristian Tello before Klose himself scored his final goal in a Lazio shirt from the penalty spot.
”I don’t know what I’m going to do. I have told my manager that I wanted to end the season on good form and now we will see what offers are on the table and then will decide,” the all-time record World Cup scorer told Premium Sport after the game.
”The goal that will stay in my heart was the first one I scored in the derby as it was an amazing emotion, I saw people crying.
Klose ends his Lazio career tied with Goran Pandev as the club’s all-time record foreign goalscorer.