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Top 10 highest scorers in the world for the national team


Top 10 highest scorers in the world for the national team

Top 10 highest scorers in the world for the national team

1. Ali Dai Iran | 109 goals / 149 matches

The record for most international goals is held by Ali Daei, who scored 109 goals for Iran in 149 matches between 1993 and 2006. The striker's career saw him at the likes of Bayern Munich, but he enjoyed most of his success at international level.

2. Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal 99 goals / 164 matches

Undoubtedly one of the greatest players of his generation, Cristiano Ronaldo has broken record after record in his career and is Portugal's all-time top scorer by some distance.

3. Beren Puskas Hungary and Spain 84 goals / 85 matches

Real Madrid legend Feren Puskas was one of Hungary's 'Magical Magyars' in the 1950s, and his moves for his country cemented him as an icon in Budapest and beyond. Puskas scored 84 goals in 85 games for Hungary and subsequently played for Spain in the early 1960s. However, his Spanish experience affected his goals-to-games ratio as he failed to score in four matches for La Rosa.

4. Kunishage Kammoto Japan 80 goals / 84 matches

One Club man Kunishige Komomoto is one of the greatest strikers in Japanese football and is one of the all-time leading international scorers with 80 goals in 84 appearances for his country. Kamomoto played for Samurai Blue from 1964 to 1977

5. Godfrey Chitalu Zambia 79 goals / 108 matches

Godfrey Chitalu is the most prolific African international footballer of all time with 79 goals in 103 games for Zambia. The Kabwe Warriors star transitioned into coaching after hanging up his shoes, but the 1993 Zambia plane crash met a tragic end with the rest of the Zambian team.

6. Hussain Saidi Iraq | 78 goals / 137 matches

Hossein Saidi is Iraq's all-time top scorer with 78 goals and he achieved this number in 13 games for his country. Hossein Saidi spent his entire career with Al-Talaba and played in the 1986 World Cup as well as three Olympics (1980, 1984 and 1988).

7. If you get it Brazil 77 goals / 92 matches

Regarded as one of the greatest players of all time, Pele scored a remarkable 77 goals in 92 matches for Brazil. He played in four World Cups, won three and is still at the top of the Selecao today

8. Sandor Kocsis Hungary 75 goals / 68 matches

Fereng Puskas may have been the talisman for Hungary in the 1950s, Sandor Kocsis was their leading goalscorer. The former Barcelona player scored 75 goals in 68 appearances for the Magyars in an international career that spanned eight years.

9. Bashar Abdullah Kuwait 75 goals / 133 matches

In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Bashar Abdullah wrote his name in the record books by scoring a record 75 goals for his country. He participated in three Asian Cups for Kuwait and also played in the 2000 Olympics.

10. Sunil Chhetri India 72 goals / 115 matches

Sunil Chhetri is India's all-time leading goalscorer and also holds the record for most national team appearances.

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