Top 10 Scorers In Football History

According to the Football Statistics Foundation,  this report leads you to find out the top 10 scorers in football history, including Messi and Ronaldo, who are the rest?

Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have become known for their steady form in recent years and for delivering almost the same performance whatever clubs change for Portuguese or Barcelona’s renewed philosophy for Argentine fleas, but both remain the most prominent piece of any squad they find, making them the best in history.

Regardless of the different style of play and the way they are employed within the stadium, the strengths and weaknesses of either of them but they are similar in their superhuman scoring abilities that have them joining the list of the best scorers in the history of football ever, along with other legends that will not be forgotten like the brunette jewel Pellet and the Hungarian Ferents Puskas.

In this report we will learn together about the list that Messi and Ronaldo joined to be among the top 10 scorers in football, from the founding of the game to this day.

10-Nolio Maravelia – 575 goal

During his 24-year career, Tulio claimed to have scored more than 1,000 goals during his stadium campaign, including all the friendly games he played as well as official meetings but at the amateur level.

However, his final tally is also impressive at 575 goals, especially as he has scored 13 goals in only 15 games in the Brazilian shirt.

9-Ovh Zeller – 575 goals

Zeller is known for his superhuman abilities in air games and is one of the most prominent strikers in Germany’s history and an incredibly reliable source of goals for both his club and his country.

Zeller scored 575 goals in just 649, which means he has an incredible scoring rate of 0.89 per game.

8-Ferenc Deak

Ferrents Diac – 576 goals
Ferents Diack’s achievements may have overshadowed his compatriot Puskas but he was also a veteran striker, with his scoring rate with his first team playing in his career three goals per game! After scoring 220 goals in 72 meetings.

Dick then joined Ferentsvaroshi and scored 200 goals in 140 games, as well as 29 goals for his country. The number of official games he played at the highest level is not yet known, but his final score is 576 goals.

7-Gerd Müller – 735 targets

Gerd Muller is best known for his ability to score from half-chances due to his distinctive scoring instinct in the box, with Bayern icon Munich and West Germany’s winner in the 1974 World Cup final managed to score 68 goals in 62 games.

A short and gentle striker but with superhuman scoring power, the player nicknamed the Bomber managed to score 735 goals in 793 games.

6-Ferrents Puskas – 746 goals

The Hungarian Puskas are called the oldest runners, and the player was part of the extraordinary generation of the Hungarian team in his golden spell, as well as in the Real Madrid era in which he dominated Europe where he was able to be crowned with them with the European Cup in 1960.

Puskas’ body was small, fat, his right foot weak, although he managed to score 746 goals in 754 games he played throughout his career.

5-Pele-767 targets

Brunette Jewel Pellet is the greatest player ever in football history from the point of view of German legend Frants Beckenbauer, with the Brazilian star known for his great scoring conquest.

Pele won the World Cup three times and managed to score 767 goals for the clubs he played for and for his country in 831 games, with an impressive scoring rate of 0.92 goals per game

hree times and managed to score 767 goals for the clubs he played for and for his country in 831 games, with an impressive scoring rate of 0.92 goals per game

4-Romario Brazil

Romario – 772 goals
Brazilian phenomenon Ronaldo has previously stated that he learned how to score goals from phenomenon Romario, which the late Johan Cruyff described as genius in the box.

Romario had a lethal touch in front of goal and there is no greater evidence of that than his own statistics, as the Brazilian managed to score 772 goals in 994 games he played throughout his career.

3-Joseph Beacan – 805 goals

Jose Pecan is the most prolific target player in football history, yet few know this player even though he is top of history in terms of scoring goals.

Pecan was a star in Austria in the 1930s, contributing to his country’s World Cup semi-finals in 1934 and continued to play until 1955 and retired at 42.

Throughout his career, Bekan, who had a runner-like foot, managed 805 goals, which no player has approached yet. Some teammates claimed to have scored more than 5,000, which Bekan did not deny: who would have believed me if I said I had scored five times as many goals as Pele?

2-Lionel Messi -808 goals

From the point of view of many, Lionel Messi is currently the best player in football’s history ever, with the Argentine having exceptional scoring abilities such as his features in the opportunity industry as well.

Flea is close to overtaking Pecan’s record and chasing Cristiano Ronaldo

1-Cristiano Ronaldo – 833 a goal

Cristiano Ronaldo began his career as a winger and then became a scoring machine and the Portuguese don continued to break records one by one, especially the Champions League, after becoming the competition’s historic top scorer in the past period.

What is remarkable is that the 37-year-old has the best of his career after age, having in a period of periods scored 22 goals in 12 games, which means we have to expect that he will add more goals before retirin