In no particular order, we start with arguably the greatest World Cup goal ever scored, Carlos Alberto’s jackhammer of a strike in 1970. Carlos Alberto – Brazil vs Italy 1970 Widely thought to be the greatest team goal ever, the build up was one of the most sublime goals scored by one of the greatest teams ever.
When it comes to the grandest goals of them all — those scored at the FIFA World Cup finals ‘ we’ve seen individual brilliance, history-changing strikes and legends born or boosted forever, like Pele, Diego Maradona and more. These are the 10 that we think of first when you say, “The best goals in World Cup history.”
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More than 2,000 goals have been scored in the 21 editions of the FIFA World Cup final tournaments, not counting penalties scored during shoot-outs. Since the first goal scored by French player Lucien Laurent at the 1930 FIFA World Cup, more than 1,250 footballers have scored goals in the World Cup final tournaments, of whom just 97 have scored five or more.
World Cup Goals Of The Tournament July 16, 2018. Take a look at some of the best goals scored at the 2018 World Cup here.
Top Goal Scorers in World Cup History Gabriel Batistuta. Gabriel Batistuta will always be remembered as one of the most prolific Argentine players to ever... Gary Lineker. Before Gary Lineker began hosting Match of the Day on BBC, he had an incredible football career that saw... Helmut Rahn. Helmut ...
It never ceases to amaze me how football fans will go to any length to "hate on" Germany. There is absolutely no doubt - the greatest soccer goal of all time, given the difficulty of the shot and the significance of the moment, is Mario Goetze's championship winning goal in the 2014 World Cup finals.
Players with at least 10 goals at the FIFA World Cup tournaments Rank Player Team Goals scored Matches played Goal average Tournament(s) 1 Miroslav Klose Germany: 16: 24 0.67 2002, 2006, 2010, 2014 2 Ronaldo Brazil: 15: 19 0.79 , 1998, 2002, 2006 3 Gerd Müller West Germany: 14: 13 1.08 1970, 1974 4 Just Fontaine France: 13: 6 2.17 1958 5 Pelé Brazil: 12