The top scorers in World Cup history

The top scorers in World Cup history
Klose is the top scorer in World Cup history. PHOTO: https://sp.depositphotos.com/

Who are the top scorers in World Cup history? Scoring a goal in a World Cup is already a historic milestone, but doing so in several World Cups and entering the list of top scorers in World Cup history, is within reach of very little. Let's go through the list. Although eye, some only needed a World Cup to enter this select club.

Top scorers in World Cup history

Miroslav Klose

The German Klose reached the World of Brazil 2014 with the possibility of breaking several records and disappointed. With on goal to Ghana, He managed to tie Ronaldo as top scorer in World Cup history. further, He managed to enter the select list three players who have been able to score in four World. With his goal to Brazil, Besides helping to star in a historic landslide, Klose beat Ronaldo to score his goal the number 16 and he became the top scorer in World Cup history. It also surpassed the mythical Torpedo Muller as the top scorer in the history of Germany.

Ronaldo

Ronaldo “original” He was present at four World (1994, 1998, 2002 Y 2006) although in the first their presence was testimonial because he did not play, He was convened only 17 years. In the other three appointments, framework 15 goals in 19 matches. Brazil's turn, He was present in three finals and played in two. Brazil won two of those three finals (1994 Y 2002) and was runner-up in 1998 where it was later revealed that the Brazilian was not even close to being physically well.

Gerd Müller

The “Torpedo” It is definitely one of the best scorers in the history of football. An extraordinary goalscorer who broke a few records at the time. Reference was Germany in the 74 a steamroller on a football field. Torpedo Müller He played only 2 world (1970 Y 1974) but she marked nothing more and nothing less than 14 goals in 13 matches. He held the record until it was surpassed by Ronaldo 2006 and matched by his compatriot Klose 2010 both that if, with 6 games more than he. Died in 2021.

Just Fontaine

Just Fontaine is the top scorer ever in a World Cup. Framework 13 goals in the World 1958, the only one who played in a very difficult match record. No one has managed to match the figure and as we have told you before, the top of the list took many more games than he. French is definitely World Cup history.

Skin

O´Rei played in four World Cups (1958, 1962, 1966 Y 1970) winning three. In many groups full of talent, Pelé managed to stand out as the best. I note 12 goals in 14 matches, some of them eternally remembered and even some that did not mark as that famous and remembered as the ¨no goal” of skin. For many the best player ever.

Historical classification of footballers with the most goals in the World Cups

1 Miroslav Klose Germany 24 16 0 0.67
2 Ronaldo Brazil 19 15 1 0.79
3 Gerd Müller Germany 13 14 1 1.08
4 Just Fontaine France 6 13 0 2.17
5 Skin Brazil 14 12 0 0.86
6 Jürgen Klinsmann Germany 17 11 0 0.65
Sándor Kocsis Hungary 5 11 0 2.20
8 Gabriel Batistuta Argentina 12 10 4 0.83
Teofilo Cubillas Peru 13 10 2 0.77
Grzegorz Lato Poland 20 10 0 0.50
Gary Lineker England 12 10 2 0.83
Thomas Müller * Germany 16 10 1 0.63
Helmut Rahn Germany 10 10 0 1.00
14 Ademir Brazil 6 9 0 1.50
Roberto Baggio Italy 16 9 2 0.56
David Villa Spain 12 9 2 0.75
Eusebius Portugal 6 9 4 1.50
Jairzinho Brazil 16 9 0 0.56
Paolo Rossi Italy 14 9 0 0.64
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge Germany 19 9 0 0.47
Uwe Seeler Germany 21 9 0 0.43
Vava Brazil 10 9 0 0.90
Christian Vieri Italy 9 9 0 1.00
24 Leonidas Brazil 5 8 0 1.60
Diego Maradona Argentina 21 8 0 0.38
Oscar Miguez Uruguay 7 8 0 1.14
Rivaldo Brazil 14 8 1 0.57
Guillermo Stabile Argentina 4 8 0 2.00
Rudi Voeller Germany 15 8 0 0.53
30 bald Brazil 9 7 1 0.78
Cristiano Ronaldo * Portugal 17 7 2 0.41
Oldřich Nejedly Czechoslovakia 6 7 1 1.17
Johnny Rep Netherlands 14 7 0 0.50
Hans Schäfer Germany 15 7 0 0.47
Luis Suarez * Uruguay 13 7 0 0.54
Andrzej Szarmach Poland 13 7 0 0.54
Lajos Tichý Hungary 8 7 0 0.88
38 Bebeto Brazil 15 6 0 0.40
Dennis Bergkamp Netherlands 12 6 0 0.50
Zbigniew Boniek Poland 16 6 0 0.38
Diego Forlan Uruguay 10 6 1 0.60
Asamoah Gyan Ghana 11 6 2 0.55
Helmut Haller Germany 9 6 1 0.67
Thierry Henry France 17 6 0 0.35
Josef Hügi Switzerland 3 6 0 2.00
Harry Kane * England 6 6 3 1.00
Mario Kempes Argentina 18 6 0 0.33
Lothar Matthäus Germany 25 6 2 0.24
Lionel Messi * Argentina 19 6 0 0.32
Max Morlock Germany 5 6 0 1.20

Alberto Llopis

Hanged for football fully. Attempt to gather letters and tell stories in Colgadosporelfutbol.com. Specialist retro football Current. Football Coach Level II. You can follow me on @AlbertiniLlopis @colgadosfutbol

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