Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are breaking records left, right and center, but they are still outscored by this former Chelsea legend.
Jimmy Greaves scored 366 league goals during his career between 1957 and 1971 – more than any other player in the history of Europe’s top five leagues.
Greaves scored unbelieveable 357 goals in 516 English league appearances for the Blues (124), Spurs (220) and West Ham (13) as well as nine in 12 games during a brief spell with AC Milan in Serie A.
In the overall ranking of the best ever goal-scorers among Europe's top league, Ronaldo only appears in 8th position and Messi follows in 16th.
The Portuguese sits on 281 league goals, 197 goals for Real Madrid and 84 for Manchester United, while Messi has scored 252 for Barcelona.
German striker, Gerd Muller, follows Greaves in second spot with 365 goals between 1965 and 1979.
Steve Bloomer (317), Dixie Dean (310), Delio Onnis (299), Gordon Hodgson (287), Alan Shearer (283) also still outscored Ronaldo’s current tally.
However, Messi and Ronaldo still have plenty of time to move up in the all-time scoring rankings.
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