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Ronaldo, Messi, Romario and the most prominent scorers in the history of football

The duo Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have been famous for their stability in recent years and for providing almost the same performance, no matter how clubs change for the Portuguese or the philosophy that Barcelona follows with regard to the Argentine flea, but both remain the most prominent piece ever in any squad they are in, which makes them one of the best in history. .

Regardless of the different playing style of each of them and the way they are used on the field, the strengths and weaknesses of each of them, but they are similar in their superhuman scoring abilities, which made them join the list of the best scorers in the history of football at all, along with other legends that will not be forgotten such as the brown jewel Pele and Hungarian Ferenc Puskas.

In this report, we will get acquainted with the list that Messi and Ronaldo joined to be among the top 10 scorers in football, since the inception of the game to this day.

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    10 Tullio Maraviglia – 575 goals

    During his thorny 24-year career, Tullio claimed to have scored more than 1,000 goals during his career, including all friendlies he played as well as official matches but at the level of amateur degrees.

    However, his final tally is also impressive, with an average of 575 goals, especially since he scored 13 goals in only 15 matches for the Brazilian national team.

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    9 Uwe Zeller – 575 goals

     Known for his uncanny abilities in the air, Zeller is one of the most prominent strikers in German history and an incredibly reliable source of goals for both club and country.

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

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    8 Ferenc Diack – 576 goals

    Ferenc Diack may have overshadowed his compatriot Puskas’s accomplishments, but he was also a seasoned striker, scoring three goals per game for his first club in his career! After scoring 220 goals in 72 matches.

    Dick then joined the Ferencvárosi team and scored 200 goals in 140 matches, in addition to 29 goals for his country. It is not yet known how many official matches he played at the highest levels, but his final score is 576 goals.

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    7 Gerd Muller – 735 goals

    Gerd Muller was famous for his half-chances due to his distinctive scoring instinct in the penalty area, as the Bayern Munich icon and the winning goal for West Germany in the 1974 World Cup Final scored 68 goals in 62 matches.

    A short and sweet striker, but with superb scoring power, the player nicknamed the Bomber scored 735 goals in 793 matches.

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    6 Ferenc Puskas – 746 goals

    The Hungarian Puskas is called the greatest runner, and the player was part of the exceptional generation of the Hungarian national team in his golden period, as well as in the era of Real Madrid in which he dominated Europe, where he was able to crown with them the European Cup in 1960.

    Puskas was small in body, fat, his right foot was weak and despite all that, he managed to score 746 goals in 754 games he played throughout his career.

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    5 Pele – 767 goals

    The brown jewel Pele is the greatest player ever in the history of football from the point of view of the German legend Franz Beckenbauer, as the Brazilian star was famous for his great scoring profusion.

    With the Seleção, Pele won the World Cup three times and managed to score 767 goals with the clubs he played for and the Blah national team in 831 matches, with an impressive goal-scoring rate of 0.92 goals per game.

  • Romario Brazil

    4 Romario – 772 goals

    The Brazilian phenomenon Ronaldo previously stated that he learned how to score goals from the phenomenon Romario, whom the late Johan Cruyff described as a genius in the penalty area.

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

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    3 Lionel Messi – 802 goals

    Lionel Messi is considered by many at the moment as the best player in the history of football, as the Argentine has exceptional scoring abilities as well as his advantages in creating chances as well.

    Although he has entered his thirties but is becoming more and more complete, which means the sky is the limit for a player described as an alien by Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon.

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    2 Joseph Bikan – 805 goals

    Jose Pecan is considered the most prolific goalscorer in the history of football, however, few know this player despite the fact that he is at the top of history in terms of scoring goals.

    Bekan was a star in Austria in the thirties of the last century, and contributed with his country to reach the semi-finals of the World Cup in 1934 and continued to play until 1955 and retired at the age of 42.

    Throughout his career, Bekan, who had runner-like feet, scored 805 goals, a number no player has approached so far, and some of his colleagues claimed that he scored more than 5,000 goals, which Bekan did not deny, as he said: Who would believe me if I said I scored five times? What goals did Pele score?

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    1 Cristiano Ronaldo – 834 goals

    Cristiano Ronaldo started his career as a winger and then became a scoring machine, and the Portuguese Don continued to break records one by one, especially the European Champions League, after becoming the competition’s historical top scorer in the last period.

    What is remarkable is that the 37-year-old is enjoying the best period of his career in his advanced years, having already scored 22 goals in 12 games, which means we have to expect that he will add more goals before he retires.

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