Most goals This week Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal in Juventus’ win over Napoli took his career scoring tally to 760 😲⚽🙌, making him the highest goalscorer of all time! We really are not worthy and neither are his peers. It’s a fine old leader board he is topping, We thoughts we’d take a look at some of the less well known omitting the DADS v DADS all time top goal scorers 😁, Pele (767 goals), Romario (772 goals), Messi (746 goals) , Eusebio (623 goals) and Zlatan (565 goals).
Josef Bican 1930’s is potentially the number 1, but how credible can it be when some team-mates claimed he’d actually scored more than 5,000 🤣, you have to worry about the opposition or have played in a 1 team league like Scotland. A prolific goalscorer in football history though, Josef Bican played internationally for Austria, reaching the 1934 World Cup semi-finals and played until was 42, well played lad, KEEP PLAYING, KEEP OTHERS PLAYING TOO.
Ferenc Puskas, known as ‘The Galloping Major’ plied his trade at Hungary’s ‘Magnificent Magyars’ before moving to Real Madrid winning the 1960 European Cup. Like many of us 😁 he was also ‘portly’, and while his right leg was definitely for standing on, he had a left like a cannon, with which he scored the majority of his 746 goals in just 754 games.
Gerd ‘Der Bomber’ Muller was renowned for his predatory instincts, using his explosive power to score 735 goals in 793 games . A legend at Bayern Munich and winning a World Cup final in 1974. Unbelievably he averaged more than a goal a game at international level.
Ferenc Deak’s was another outstanding Hungarian striker averaging more than three goals a game 😲 for his first club Szentlorinci, imagine that 🤣 . Racking up 29 goals for his country, he ended his career with a grand total of 576 goals, not bad whatever the standard.
Renowned for his aerial prowess and spectacular scissors-kicks Uwe Seeler is last on our list of top scorers. The Hamburg legend and Germany’s finest, banged in goals for club and country tallying 575 goals in 649 appearances. Thankfully he failed in 1966 as captain to tip the scales towards a German world cup win.
You really have to stand up and applaud these guys, they are on another planet 🙌 and watch in wonder at Ronaldo as he keeps banging in the goals, a true living legend that won’t fully be appreciated for another 30 years. We’ll be back on our own march up the DADS v DADS goal scoring charts as soon as adult grassroots football gets the green light again, hopefully it won’t be too long 👍, stay safe.