Top 4 goalscorers in the history of football


A list full of nothing but legends, this is the list of the best goal scorer football has ever seen. Which names feature in the top 4 best goal scorers in football history? You are invited to read that article for knowing more about football and his greatest stories.

 Best goal scorer in football history: 4th place

Let's start this journey with fourth place, which sees the seat occupied by Edson Arantes Do Nascimento aka King Pele. With a total of 757 goals, the Brazilian striker was for a long time in third place before being dethroned by Ronaldo in his lifetime. Indeed, despite the controversy over King Pele's true number of goals, only the figures from official matches are counted. The player voted best player of the millennium will only be able to watch the other records fall.

Best scorer in football history: 3rd place

In third place is the player with 5 golden balls, the one who some time ago was only 7 in the ranking of the 10 best scorers in football history. Indeed, Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the few contemporaries capable of reaching the Grail. With his 770 goals, he is still on course to play at least two full seasons and therefore has every chance.

Best scorer in football history: 2nd place

Another Brazilian in the ranking of the very close circle of all-time top scorers, proving to the world that Brazil is a football nation. With 772 goals in 994 games, Romario de Souza FARIA is in his 24-year career the second-highest scorer in official matches in the history of Football.

Best scorer in the history of football: 1st place

The greatest sprinter of his time, Josef Bican holds the "Golden Ball" of the century by the IFFHS inaugurating football as an official sport. Holding crazy records, some of them broke, the Austrian, who stopped his career in 1957, set the record of 878 which is still unmatched.

Where can you watch football in these Covid times?

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Top 4 Most Followed Football Players on Instagram

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What do we know about Cristiano Ronaldo the current record holder?

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What is the secret of CR7's invincibility?

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