Top 12, Most, Best Strikers in the World all of Time

Top 12, Most,  Best Strikers in the World all of Time
12. Gabriel Batistuta
He refused to move to another club Fiorentina despite relegation to Serie B in 1992/93 season. But the following year, Argentine striker who often greeted Batigol brings his club back to Serie A. From Newell's Old Boys until hanging up his boots at the Al Arabi, Batigol make total of 441 times 254 goals playing. After nine seasons with Fiorentina, he was sold to Roma and Roma became a major source of inspiration for reaching the third scudetto in its history.

11. Thierry Henry
Henry became the English Premier League top scorer four times (2002, 2004, 2005 and 2006) and became fertile Gunners players with 226 goals in all competitions. He also won two important titles with the French team, the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000.

10. Roberto Baggio
Unfortunately, Baggio more memorable with his failure to execute a kick from the spot so that Italy lost on penalties against Brazil at the 1994 World Cup final. But, without Baggio glorious appearance during the tournament, the Azzurri could not reach the final. He became the golden child of Italian football since joining Fiorentina in 1985, before a record transfer to Juventus before the 1990 World Cup. Known as "The Divine Ponytail" because of his obedience to run a hair ponytail and Buddhism, Baggio won the Scudetto twice - with Juventus in 1994/95, and AC Milan the following season. FIFA World Player of the 1993 version.

9. Alessandro Del Piero
Juventus forever! That's already five times Pinturicchio scudetto with Juventus and the iconic club with over 500 appearances. Similarly Batigol, he refused to get out of the club in 2006 due to the degradation of Calciopoli case. U-21 European titles in 1994 and 1996 bears, plus the 2006 World Cup title. Loyalty is gold!

8. Marco Van Basten
Notch 218 goals in 280 appearances for Ajax and AC Milan is not an easy accomplishment achieved. He also collected his hat trick in 1992 - FIFA World Player of the Year, Player of the European and World Player. Marco van Basten to be successful players follow in the footsteps of Johan Cruyff, the Dutch as well as leading the European champions for the first time in 1988. With AC Milan, he won the European Cup in 1989 and 1990. Unfortunately, an ankle injury forced him to retire early. However, Van Basten still take part in the football world. Dutch national team he coached in 2004-08 and is now caring for Ajax.

7. Ronaldo (Ronaldo Luiz Nazario da Lima)
The phenomenon has twice won the FIFA Player of the Year title hat-trick, Europe and the World. Ronaldo's name began to rise when make 58 goals in 60 games early in his career with Cruzeiro on. After two glorious seasons with PSV Eindhoven, he joined Barcelona in 1996 and recorded 34 goals in 37 games to become top scorer. With Inter Milan, Ronaldo 'mock' defensive style of another Italian club. As a result, packed 25 goals, while bringing Inter won the UEFA Cup - all in his first season. He also won the top scorer in his first two seasons with Real Madrid. Grief 3-0 defeat of France in the 1998 World Cup finals erased, when Ronaldo took the next World Cup champion Brazil. He became the top scorer with 8 goals, and two of them scored in the final against Germany.

6. Bobby Charlton (Sir Robert Charlton)
This is one of the best English player of all time. Bobby Charlton won 106 caps and 49 goals with the England team. As part of the "Busby Babes" who survived the Munich tragedy in 1958, ten years later brought Charlton Manchester United became the first British club to win the European Cup. Charlton also helped host the British won the 1966 World Cup. Charlton counter resistance in the semifinals against Portugal Eusebio remembered as Britain's best game of all time.

5. Alfredo Di Stefano
When Real Madrid, Alfredo Di Stefano collecting eight Spanish league titles and won the first five editions of the European Cup. He also make goals in every final match. His leadership in the field plus the amazing skill to make a major factor Di Stefano Real Madrid dominated Europe in the late 1950s. However, Di Stefano failed at international level. He has been strengthening the national team of Argentina, Colombia and Spain, but none captured the World Cup title. He always remembered when creating a hat trick as Real Madrid's slaughter Frankfurt 7-4 to lift the trophy fifth successive European Cup.

4. Ferenc Puskas
This is a quality striker would be difficult to find again in Hungary. With the national team, he recorded a record 84 goals from 85 caps. He was short, flat chest, but its strength lies in his left foot capable of firing as fast as lightning. After winning the Olympic gold medal in 1952 ending the English domination in Europe, the Hungarian national team to be favorites to win the 1954 World Cup. The team nicknamed the "Mighty Magyars" scored 17 goals in the group stages before getting rid Brazil and Uruguay. Despite severe injuries, Puskas forced himself to appear in the final, even scored a goal before losing the hard way by West Germany.

3. Eusebio (Eusebio da Silva Ferreira)
Golden Boot winner at the 1966 World Cup was scored nine goals for Portugal before it was eliminated in the semi-finals by hosts England, who later came out as champions. Eusebio became the first African player (born in Mozambique) and became known as "Pele European version" - and is still named as Portugal's best player of all time. From Benfica to Sporting Lisbon, Eusebio's name shines at age 19, when scoring a hat-trick against Santos (who was then amplified Pele) in the Tournament of Paris 1961. Portugal Liga top scorer Eusebio became seven times and won the European Footballer in 1965. Two of his goal against Real Madrid helped Benfica won the European Cup for the second time in 1962. Unfortunately, his knee injury and was forced to retire at the age of 32 years. He incised 41 goals from 64 international caps.

2. Johan Cruyff
This is the master of total football. Captain Cruyff led the Dutch in the 1974 World Cup, scoring two good goals against Argentina and Brazil, before being beaten by Franz Beckenbauer and West Germany at the top of the party. Johan Cruyff is the most famous names in the history of Dutch football. He became a starring role in the dominance of Ajax in the European scene in the era of the 1970s. He dominated the Netherlands in eight domestic titles with Ajax plus another one at Feyenoord. Three European Cup titles in a row achieved in 1970 until 1973 before moving to Barcelona. He retired before the 1978 World Cup, and then successfully trained two former club.

1. Pele (Edson Arantes do Nascimento)
 At the age of 17, Pele (pictured) bought up six goals in the 1958 World Cup, and a source of inspiration Brazil won its first title. His career filled with accomplishments, inside and outside the field, and currently a football ambassador. The numbers: 470 goals in 412 appearances for Santos, and 77 goals from 92 caps on the Brazilian national team. Three times World Cup champion, Campeonato Paulista ten titles, two Copa Libertadores. Need explanation of what else?

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