10 Best Strikers in the World of All Time

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10 Best Strikers in the World of All Time

Postby hanliang » Sun Mar 06, 2016 7:15 pm

10 Best Strikers in the World of All Time
One of the most spectacular positions in football is the striker which allows the greatest chance to be an absolute legend of the game. Strikers are particularly loved by the media because of their goals.


Who are the top 10 strikers of all time? Here is a list of these absolute legends.

10. Romario

He’s not the only Brazilian who is on this list. Romario scored more than 1000 goals in his long career and is known as the “genius of the penalty area”. He was the key player in the team in the 1994 World Cup. He scored 71 goals in 85 international matches.

9. Alfredo Di Stefano

Alfredo Di Stefano will remain be impressive for his incredible time at Real Madrid. Between 1945 and 1966, he won everything in the white jersey. He ranks in the third place on Real Madrid’s all-time top scorers list, with 308 goals in 396 matches over 11 seasons.

8. Cristiano Ronaldo

Ronaldo will be remembered for his career as one of the greatest strikers of all time. There is hardly a reason not to include him in this list. He has received many remarkable awards and achievements throughout his career. Ronaldo is already a legend in football. Cristiano Ronaldo is available in FIFA 16 and has excellent stats in Pace, Dribbling, Shooting and Passing.

7. Marco van Basten

His career as a footballer ended at the age of 27; otherwise he might have been able to be much higher on this list. He had particularly good performances in the 1988 European Championships. He won Ballon d’Or in 1992, 1989 and 1988, which is impressive. Many strikers today considered him as one of their biggest influences.

6. Eusebio

Cristiano Ronaldo is not the only legend in Portuguese football. Eusebio spent a total of 15 years at Benfica and was able to score a total 317 goals in 301 only games for the Portuguese club. While Eusebio is not considered to be technically the best player, his greatest strength was his physique. He was incredibly fast and could hardly be stopped.

5. Gerd Müller

He’s the best German striker of all time. He was top scorer of the 1970 World Cup with incredible 10 goals and won Ballon d’Or in the same year. He scored a total of 68 goals in 62 games for the national team. He also scored 401 goals for Bayern between 1967 and 1978.

4. Ferenc Puskas

buy fut 16 coins He’s another Real Madrid legend. Ferenc Puskas is a big part of the myth that surrounds Real Madrid today. He was the star of world football in the 60s! With 514 goals in 529 games, there is hardly a more successful player at club level. He was also part of the Miracle of Berne in the World Cup final in 1954.

3. Ronaldo

Ronaldo is associated primarily with two things. He was one of the best footballers ever to have played but also extremely vulnerable to injury. Today many experts still claim that he could have been the greatest player of all time without the injuries. He won FIFA World Player of the Year for the second time in 1997 and won Ballon d’Or twice in 1997 and again in 2002.

2. Pele

read more This entry will probably surprise no one. Pele was able to achieve an incredible total of 1281 goals in 1363 games! As a striker, he was ahead of his time. He was blessed with a technique in his active days. He achieved his greatest success at the World Championships. He could take the World Cup title withBrazila total of 3 times and was always the best player of the tournament. Legendary!

1. Lionel Messi

buy fifa 16 coins Messi has changed the football more than any player before him. Not for nothing the football time is divided now with regard to “before Messi” and “by Messi”. There is hardly a record that the Argentine is not holding. The only thing he’s missing is the World Cup title. But we do not find that to be a criterion when it comes to number 1 on this list. After all, he ledArgentinain 2014 to the finals, where he defeated a strong German team. He has already won Ballon d’Or four times, in 2009, 2011, 2012 and 2013. More are not excluded. He’s also available in FIFA 16 with an overall rating of 94, Pace 92, Dribbling 95, Shooting 88 and Passing 86.
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Re: 10 Best Strikers in the World of All Time

Postby Chris009 » Fri May 13, 2016 11:56 am

Thanks for sharing this list. Very informative.
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Re: 10 Best Strikers in the World of All Time

Postby beingdinu » Fri Aug 26, 2016 1:12 pm

Chris009 wrote:Thanks for sharing this list. Very informative.

Would like to Add ..

Gerd Muller

Gerd Muller’s statistics are quite impressive, both at club and national level. At the national level, he helped West Germany win the 1974 World Cup and the 1972 European Championships. Muller was the top scorer in 1970 World Cup with 10 goals, the same year he was named the European Footballer of the Year. He found the net 68 times for his national team in 62 matches.
But it is the period spent at Bayern Munich that proved his unquestionable ability on the pitch and in scoring goals. Muller netted 401 times for Bayern, being the top scorer seven times between 1967 and 1978.

Arthur Friedenreich

Pele came first on the list but a fellow Brazilian player surpassed his goal tally. Arthur Friedenreich scored 1329 goals in 1239 appearances over his 26-year career. However, the reported number of goals has been a point of discussion with some claiming he scored 1239 goals in 1329 games.
Despite this argument, not many can match the goal poaching skill displayed by the Brazilian striker. If anything, he was the first to be given the tag “The King of Football”, certainly for his exemplary performance. Friedenreich was the top scorer in Liga Paulista for nine seasons.
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