The FIFA Confederations Cup might be seen as a dress rehearsal for the World Cup, but it is still a major competition and trophy many countries have targeted to win. Today, we take a look at the tournament's all-time leading goalscorers, according to Transfermarkt.
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The 2017 edition is the 10th instalment of the tournament that has been dominated by Brazil, who have won it four times.
The Brazilians may not be in this year's competition but they do still have four representatives among the top 10 scorers in its history. Spain has two entries, while Mexico, Saudi Arabia, France and the Czech Republic have one each.
Here is the Confederations Cup's all-time leading goalscorers, according to Transfermarkt:
1. Ronaldinho (Brazil) – 9 goals in 13 matches (3 tournaments)
2. Cuauhtemoc Blanco (Mexico) – 9 goals in 8 matches (2 tournaments)
3. Fernando Torres (Spain) – 8 goals in 9 matches (2 tournaments)
4. Adriano (Brazil) – 7 goals in 8 matches (2 tournaments)
5. Romario (Brazil) – 7 goals in 4 matches (1 tournament)
6. David Villa (Spain) – 6 goals in 8 matches (2 tournaments)
7. Marzouq Al-Otaibi (Saudi Arabia) – 6 goals in 4 matches (1 tournament)
8. Fred (Brazil) – 5 goals in 5 matches (1 tournament)
9. Robert Pires (France) – 5 goals in 10 matches (2 tournaments)
10. Vladimir Smicer (Czech Republic) – 5 goals in 5 matches (1 tournament)
Do you think any of this year's stars can force their way into this top 10? Have your say in the comments section below.