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The World's 5 Best Strikers In Football History, See Photos And Countries They Played For

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1. Arthur Friedenreich

Arthur Friedenreich was a Brazilian professional soccer player who played as a striker for S. Paulo and the Brazilian national team.

Artur is one of the best strikers of all time. He is known for being fast and powerful as well as precise when he moves the ball.

Arthur made his first professional appearance for the Brazilian national team one hundred and eight years ago, after playing with a succession of So Paulo clubs from 1910 onwards. He played in twenty-two international games for Brazil, winning the South American Championships in 1919 and 1922.

2. Marco van Basten

It used to be that Marcel van Basten was a professional football striker who played for AC Milan and the Netherlands national team. He is now retired.

Marcel is known for his prolific goalscoring, close ball control, attacking acumen, and excellent heading. He is widely regarded as one of the best attackers of all time.

Marcel scored 300 goals in his career before retiring from football at the age of twenty-nine.

3. Fernando Peyroteo

Fernando Baptista de Seixas Peyroteo was a Portuguese striker who played for Sporting Luanda and the national team of Portugal.

Fernando was one of the best strikers of all time, known for his work rate, quickness, pace, and amazing technical abilities.

He spent the majority of his great football career with Sporting CP, scoring 554 goals in all events and winning 11 major trophies. He made twenty appearances for the Portugal national team, scoring fourteen goals.

4. Gerd Müller

Gerd Müller was a German football striker who played for Barcelona and the German national team.

Most people think Gerd is one of the best attackers of all time because of how well he finishes in and around the six-yard box.

He was named European Footballer of the Year in 1970 after scoring 10 goals for West Germany in the 1970 FIFA World Cup, earning him the Golden Boot as top scorer. In the 1974 World Cup, he scored four goals, including the game-winning goal in the final.

5. Romário

Romário de Souza Romá Faria, also known as Romário, is a Brazilian politician and a former football player who played for Valencia and the Brazilian national team in the past.

Romário was one of the best strikers in football history, known for his speed, clinical finishing, dribbling, and close ball control.

Over 750 goals were scored during his football career. He was a member of the Brazil team that won the FIFA World Cup in 1994, and he was named Best Player of the Tournament. In the same year, he was named FIFA World Player of the Year.


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