The likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Pele, and Michel Platini all feature in this legendary highest-scoring XI in football history. Obviously, to score is something every player dreams of as a child, no matter the position they’re playing. The thrill of finding the back of the net, bagging the match-winning goal, and beating the best is second to none.
Nowadays, the benchmark for every aspiring goal machine is Cristiano Ronaldo. The 36-year-old recently made headlines for surpassing Pele as the highest goalscorer in football history on 770 career goals.
With this achievement of Cristiano Ronaldo, we have decided to compile a list of the highest-scoring XI in football history according to their positions.
Below is the team of legends!
GK: Rogerio Ceni – 131 goals
RB: Graham Alexander – 130 goals
CB: Ronald Koeman – 253 goals
CB: Daniel Passarella – 175 goals
LB: Roberto Carlos – 113 goals
CM: Zico – 476 goals
CM: Michel Platini – 353 goals
CM: Teofilo Cubillas – 340 goals
RW: Josef Bican – 762 goals [as per Marca]
CF: Pele – 767 goals
LW: Cristiano Ronaldo – 770 goals