Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi break records at club level all the time, but they are still some way off from becoming one of the top 10 international goalscorers of all time.
Messi scored his 48th goal for Argentina in their 7-0 win over Bolivia on the weekend, while Ronaldo sits on 55 goals with Portugal.
However, that’s still some 15 goals away from the 10th best international goalscorer and less than half of what the top international goal-getter has achieved.
Here is the complete list of the top 10 international goalscorers, according to FourFourTwo:
10) Stern John, Trinidad and Tobago, 70 goals in 115 games
9) Majed Abdullah, Saudi Arabia, 71 goals in 147 games
8) Miroslav Klose, Germany, 71 goals in 137 games
7) Bashar Abdullah, Kuwait, 75 goals in 133 games
6) Sandor Kocsis, Hungary, 75 goals in 68 games
5) Godfrey Chitalu, Zambia, 76 goals in 108 games
4) Pele, Brazil, 77 goals in 92 games
3) Kunishige Kamamoto, Japan, 80 goals in 84 games
2) Ferenc Puskas, Hungary, 84 goals in 85 games
1) Ali Daei, Iran, 109 goals in 149 games
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