Landmarks for Tim Cahill and Joachim Low

Former Everton striker Tim Cahill hit the landmark of 100 international games for Australia today.
A Fifa Confederations cup Group B matchup saw the milestone brought up by the 37-year-old against Chile today.Since making his debut in 2004, the Socceroos' No4 has featured at three FIFA World Cups™, and scored against Chile at Brazil 2014.
Cahill has become one of the highest profile footballers in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), earning 100 caps and scoring 48 goals for his country. He was the first Australian to score at a FIFA World Cup.

Cahill has scored in three World Cups (2006, 2010, 2014) and has scored the most goals by any Australian in the World Cup with five goals.In 2007, he became the first Australian player to score at an AFC Asian Cup. Cahill is known for his adept heading ability and high vertical leap, having scored many of his goals with his head.
Another person with landmark is Germany national team head Coach Joachim low who was on the sideline for the 150th time as a German coach. With the victory over Cameroon, Joachim Low became the first Germany coach in history to reach 100 wins. Low became German coach in 2006 and led the team to victory at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

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