In the 71st minute of the German-Ghana match during group play of the 2014 World Cup, German player Miroslav Klose knocked in an impressive goal off a corner kick to tie the game 2-2. This goal by Klose ties him with Ronaldo Lima for all-time World Cup goals scored with 15 each.

The tie held up and the final score was 2-2, which is the best case scenario for the U.S. hoping to advance to the round of 16. Team USA will face Portugal on Sunday (June 22) starting at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. ET on ESPN and if the U.S. wins, they’ll advance to the knock-out matches no matter what the outcome of the game with Germany on Thursday, June 26.