Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 501 goals in his career after a double against Malmo. It makes him into the top 11 most scoring players in world football history.

1. Josef Bican

He is a legendary striker in the history of world football playing for two national teams, Austria and Czechoslovakia. In his career, he scored 1468 goals in 918 games, including friendly matches.

He also received the award for the best goal scorer in the twentieth century, shining in the 30-40s of the last century, Bican was one of the goal hunters with the most terribly highest speed in football history.

During his career, Bican scored 805 goals/530 official matches. It took 27 years of professional competence for him to do this.

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2. Romario

He is the third player after Josef Bican and Pelé reaches 1,000 goals, including friendly matches. Romario helped Brazil to win the 1994 World Cup championship and was one of the best strikers in the world in the 1990s.

He also achieved great success with European football clubs like PSV Eindhoven and FC Barcelona, or Vasco da Gama Club in Brazil. For the goals in official matches, Romario scored 772 goals/994 matches. It took 24 years of professional competence for him to do this.

3. Pele

Edson Arantes do Nascimento was born on October 23, 1940, is known by the name Pelé, a former Brazilian famous football player. He is considered the best football player of all time.

In 1999, he was voted the best player of the 20th Century by the IFFHS association. In the same year, he was voted Athlete of the Century by the IOC and was listed by TIME magazine as the world’s 100 most influential people.

In 2013, he was awarded the prestigious Golden Ball Prize (Ballon d’Or Prix d’Honneur) by FIFA.

Including friendly matches, playing for Brazil national football team and club level, legendary Pele scored 1281 goals/1363 matches.

The innate scoring achievement helped Pele become famous from the late 50s to the 1970s of the last century.

Counting goals in official matches, Pele scored 767 goals/831 matches. Pele spent 22 years of professional competence to do this.

4. Puskas

He is considered to be Hungary’s best football player of all time, ranking 7th in World Soccer’s list of the 100 best players of the 20th century.

He has scored 84 goals in 85 international matches for the Hungary national football team along with 4 matches in the Spain national football team and 511 goals in 533 matches in the Hungarian and Spanish championships, etc. In his career, Puskas scored all 754 goals/746 matches.

5. Eusebio

Eusébio da Silva Ferreira (January 25, 1942, – January 5, 2014), commonly known as Eusébio, is a Mozambican Portuguese football player, playing as a striker.

He helped Portugal to finish in the third in the 1966 World Cup, and also won the tournament’s top scorer title. Eusébio was elected the Ballon d’Or in 1965. He played 15 years for Benfica Club and was the most goalscorer in the club’s history.

He is considered the best player in Portuguese football history. He once won the European championship, 11 national championship titles. He was one of the greatest goal hunters making the whole world respect for his career.

In his career, Eusebio scored 621 goals/639 matches. It took 24 years of professional competence for Eusébio da Silva Ferreira to do this.

6. Gerd Muller

Gerd Müller (born November 3, 1945, in Nördlingen) is a former West German footballer and one of the best goalscorers in all-time in world football history.

With a record of 68 goals in 62 caps for the national team, 365 goals in 427 Bundesliga matches and an international record of 66 goals in 74 times playing in the European Cup, he was the best striker of the time.

With a total of 655 career goals, only Josef Bican, Romário and Pelé have a higher number of goals than he has on the list of the best goalscorer of all time. Müller’s nickname is “Bomber der Nation” and “kleines dickes Müller”.

In 1970, Müller won the European Golden Ball title after a successful season with Bayern München and scored 10 goals at the World Cup 1970.

He and Bayern München won the European Cup for three consecutive seasons 1973-1974, 1974-1975, 1975-1976. He is also a key member of the West Germany team that won EURO 1972 and World Cup 1974.

7. Hugo Sanchez

Hugo Sánchez Márquez (born July 11, 1958), nicknamed Pentapichichi and Hugol, is a Mexican coach and former football player, playing as a striker. He played for four European football clubs, including Real Madrid.

This Mexican legend has a peak period associated with Real Madrid Club. He scored a total of 208 goals after 283 matches for the host of Santiago Bernabeu stadium.

Hugo Sánchez also won the La Liga top scorer five times and was once honoured to receive the European Golden Shoe in the seasons of 1989/1990. He scored 38 goals in his first season.

Sánchez played for Mexico football team in 17 years and participated in three World Cup seasons 1978, 1986 and 1994. In his career, he scored 516 goals/881 matches, taking 24 years to do so.

8. Cristiano Ronaldo

Ronaldo has become the greatest scorer in Real Madrid history with 324 goals reaching the milestone of 501 goals in his career. He has won two Champions League, three Golden Ball and a series of other noble individual titles. In his career, Ronaldo has scored 501 goals/723 games, taking 14 years to do this.

9. Di Stefano

He is the best player in Real Madrid’s history, and according to some legends, he is the world’s best player. He helped Real Madrid to mark the era of domination of Europe with five championships. In his career, Di Stefano scored 497 goals/680 matches, taking 22 years to do this.

10. Messi

Compared to Maradona, Messi is gradually becoming the best player in Argentina. He won four Golden Ball, 4 European championships. A series of excellent titles have been given to Messi. In his career, Messi scored 467 goals/588 matches, taking 12 years to do this.

11. Ronaldo de Lima

“Alien” became the symbol of world football in the late 90s. One of the most prized strikers in the history of football. In his career, he scored 352 goals/518 games, and he only spent 20 years to do this.

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