Pele (767 goals) Pele is a Brazilian former professional footballer who played as a forward. Perhaps the most well-known footballer in the history of the sport, Santos and Brazilian legend, Pele is not only one of the most prolific goalscorers in football but is deemed by many to be the greatest footballer of all time.
Bikan has 759 goals to its name. At number three is the great Brazilian footballer Pele, who has 757 plans in his account. Romario is fourth with 743 goals, and Lionel Messi is at number five with 719 goals. List of most goals in football history Highest goalscorer in the world: Cristiano Ronaldo
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805+ goals in 530+ games – 1931-1956 Scoring 395 in 217 games for Slavia Prague, Bican claims the honour as football’s leading goalscorer of all-time. It is said he scored close to 1,500 goals ...
The actual record for most goals in international football was of Ali Daei, but Cristiano’s recent accomplishment has made him grab the no one position. Ali Daei is an Iranian footballer who played for few clubs in Bundesliga. The Iranian international captained his former side between 2000 and 2006.
Josef Bican is credited by FIFA with over 800 goals. Cristiano Ronaldo is widely believed to be ...
Ronaldo is also the highest goalscorer in international football with 115 goals (Courtesy: Marca) Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are considered the greatest footballers ever. Their numbers are simply unbelievable, especially in the modern age of football, where competition is even more intense.
For women's footballers, see List of top international women's football goal scorers by country. Wikipedia list article. Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal is the all-time leading goalscorer for men's national teams. This article lists the top all-time goalscorer for each men's national football team.
Borussia Dortmund vs Legia Warsaw: 22nd November 2016. The record for most goals in a single European Cup game goes to KR Reykjavik and Feyenoord, who produced an incredible 14 goal game in the first round of the continental tournament back in the 1969/70 campaign.