Top Ten World Cup Goals from 1930 to 2006
Goal number 10: - Henrik Larsson - Sweden (USA 94)
Goal number 09: - Sanon - Haiti (Germany 74)
Goal number 08: - Bebeto - Brazil (USA 94)
Goal number 07: - Beckenbauer - England (England 66)
Goal number 06: - Pele - Brazil (Mexico 70)
Goal number 05: - Altobelli - Italy (Spain 82)
Goal number 04: - Edinho - Brazil (Mexico 86)
Goal number 03: - Ronaldo - Brazil (Germany 06)
Goal number 02: - Baggio - Italy (USA 94)
Goal number 01: - Cruyff - Netherland (Germany 74)
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The 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa is the 19th FIFA World Cup and involves 204 FIFA national teams.
Brazil's Pele is the only player to have won three World Cup winners' medals, with 20 other players who have won two World Cup medals.
The overall top goalscorer in World Cups is Brazil's Ronaldo, scorer of 15 goals in three tournaments.
Brazil's Mario Zagallo and West Germany's Franz Beckenbauer are the only people to date to win the World Cup as both player and head coach. Zagallo won in 1958 and 1962 as a player and in 1970 as head coach.
Beckenbauer won in 1974 as captain and in 1990 as head coach. Italy's Vittorio Pozzo is the only head coach to ever win two World Cups. All World Cup winning head coaches were natives of the country they coached to victory.
As of the end of the 2006 tournament, Brazil and Germany have both played 92 matches, the most by any nation, with Brazil scoring the most goals, 201. The two teams have played each other only once in the World Cup, in the 2002 final.
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