List of international goals scored by Ali Daei

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Ali Daei has scored the second most men's international goals, with 109 goals in 149 caps.

Ali Daei is an Iranian former professional association football forward who formerly held the record of the all-time men's international top goalscorer, with 109 goals in 149 appearances between 1993 and 2006.[1][2] His achievement is listed in Guinness World Records.[3] On 28 November 2003, in an Asian Cup qualifier in Tehran against Lebanon, he scored his 85th international goal, elevating him past Hungarian footballer Ferenc Puskás to take the lead of the all-time list of scorers in international matches.[4][5]

Daei was called up to join the Iran national football team (also known as Team Melli) on 6 June 1993 in the 1993 ECO Cup tournament held in Tehran, where he made his debut in a match against Pakistan.[6] His first international goal came in a 6–0 victory over Chinese Taipei on 25 June 1993 during qualification for the 1994 FIFA World Cup.[7] On 1 March 2006, his final goal came in a 3–2 victory over Costa Rica in a friendly match.[8] His final appearance for Iran was in the 2006 FIFA World Cup against Angola on 21 June 2006 in the group stage.[9]

He scored eight international hat-tricks. On 10 June 1996, he scored his first international hat-trick, in an 8–0 win over Nepal at Azadi Stadium in Tehran.[10] On 17 November 2004, he scored the last one against Laos in a 2006 FIFA World Cup Qualification match, giving him 102 goals and making him the first male player to score 100 goals in international football.[11]

He scored 36 goals in FIFA World Cup qualification matches, 23 goals in AFC Asian Cup qualification games and 9 goals in Asian Games, as well as 14 goals in AFC Asian Cup Finals. The remainder of his goals, 27, were scored in friendly matches. He scored eight goals against two opposition teams, the Maldives and Laos, his highest tally against any country. He scored 44 international goals at the Azadi Stadium, his most at a single ground.[6]

International goals[edit]

Scores and results list Iran's goal tally first.[6]
Key
double-dagger Indicates goal was scored from a penalty kick
Indicates Iran national football team won the match
Indicates the match ended in draw
Indicates Iran national football team lost the match
No. Date Cap Venue Opponent Score Result Competition Ref.
1 25 June 1993 6 Azadi Stadium, Tehran, Iran  Chinese Taipei 3–0 6–0 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification [7]
2 4 July 1993 9 Abbasiyyin Stadium, Damascus, Syria  Chinese Taipei 3–0 6–0 [12]
3 4–0
4 18 October 1993 13 Khalifa International Stadium, Doha, Qatar  Japan 2–0 2–1 [13]
5 22 October 1993 14  Iraq 1–1 1–2 [14]
6 25 October 1993 15  North Korea 1–1 2–1 [15]
7 2–1
8 30 May 1996 21 Al-Sadaqua Walsalam Stadium, Kuwait City, Kuwait  Kuwait 1–1 2–1 Friendly [16]
9 2–1
10 10 June 1996 23 Azadi Stadium, Tehran, Iran    Nepal 2–0 8–0 1996 AFC Asian Cup qualification [10]
11 3–0
12 7–0
13 8–0
14 12 June 1996 24  Sri Lanka 1–0 7–0 [17]
15 3–0
16 4–0
17 6–0
18 7–0
19 14 June 1996 25  Oman 1–0 2–0 [18]
20 19 June 1996 27 Sultan Qaboos Stadium, Muscat, Oman    Nepal 1–0 4–0 [19]
21 21 June 1996 28  Oman 1–0 2–1 [20]
22 5 December 1996 30 Al Maktoum Stadium, Dubai, United Arab Emirates  Iraq 1–2penalty 1–2 1996 AFC Asian Cup [21]
23 8 December 1996 31  Thailand 3–0 3–0 [22]
24 11 December 1996 32  Saudi Arabia 1–0 3–0 [23]
25 16 December 1996 33  South Korea 3–2 6–2 [24]
26 4–2
27 5–2
28 6–2penalty
29 21 December 1996 35 Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates  Kuwait 1–1 1–1[a] [25]
30 2 June 1997 36 Abbasiyyin Stadium, Damascus, Syria  Maldives 14–0 17–0 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification [26]
31 15–0
32 4 June 1997 37  Kyrgyzstan 3–0 7–0 [27]
33 6 June 1997 38  Syria 1–0 1–0 [28]
34 11 June 1997 40 Azadi Stadium, Tehran, Iran  Maldives 3–0 9–0 [29]
35 6–0
36 3 October 1997 45  Qatar 1–0 3–0 [30]
37 17 October 1997 46  China 4–0 4–1 [31]
38 16 November 1997 50 Larkin Stadium, Johor Bahru, Malaysia  Japan 2–1 2–3 [32]
39 5 December 1998 59 Sri Nakhon Lamduan Stadium, Sisaket, Thailand  Laos 5–1 6–1 1998 Asian Games [33]
40 6–1
41 8 December 1998 60 Supachalasai Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand  Oman 1–0 2–4 [34]
42 10 December 1998 61  Tajikistan 1–0 5–0 [35][36]
43 5–0
44 12 December 1998 62  China 1–1 2–1 [37][36]
45 14 December 1998 63  Uzbekistan 2–0 4–0 [38]
46 3–0
47 4–0
48 4 June 1999 67 Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton, Canada  Canada 1–0 1–0 1999 Canada Cup [39]
49 8 September 1999 69 International Stadium Yokohama, Yokohama, Japan  Japan 1–1 1–1 Friendly [40]
50 9 January 2000 71 Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, United States  Mexico 1–1penalty 1–2 [41]
51 12 January 2000 72 Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, United States  Ecuador 1–0 2–1 [42]
52 31 March 2000 74 Al-Hamadaniah Stadium, Aleppo, Syria  Maldives 5–0 8–0 2000 AFC Asian Cup qualification [43]
53 6–0
54 7–0
55 2 April 2000 75  Syria 1–0 1–0 [44]
56 9 April 2000 77 Azadi Stadium, Tehran, Iran  Bahrain 3–0 3–0 [45]
57 13 April 2000 79  Maldives 3–0penalty 3–0 [46]
58 7 June 2000 80  Egypt 1–1 1–1[b] 2000 LG Cup [47][48]
59 9 June 2000 81  Macedonia 2–1 3–1 [49]
60 27 September 2000 83 Jassim bin Hamad Stadium, Doha, Qatar  Qatar 1–0 2–1 Friendly [50]
61 2–0
62 12 October 2000 84 Sports City Stadium, Beirut, Lebanon  Lebanon 4–0 4–0 2000 AFC Asian Cup [51]
63 15 October 2000 85  Thailand 1–1 1–1 [52]
64 18 October 2000 86 Saida Municipal Stadium, Sidon, Lebanon  Iraq 1–0 1–0 [53]
65 24 November 2000 88 Takhti Stadium, Tabriz, Iran  Guam 7–0penalty 19–0 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification [54]
66 10–0
67 15–0
68 18–0
69 28 November 2000 89  Tajikistan 1–0 2–0 [55]
70 19 January 2001 90 Azadi Stadium, Tehran, Iran  China 1–0 4–0 Ancient Civilization Cup [56]
71 8 August 2001 92  Oman 4–0penalty 5–2 2001 LG Cup [57]
72 10 August 2001 93  Bosnia and Herzegovina 3–0 4–0 [58]
73 4–0
74 24 August 2001 95  Saudi Arabia 1–0penalty 2–0 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification [59]
75 2–0
76 7 September 2001 97 Al-Shaab Stadium, Baghdad, Iraq  Iraq 2–1 2–1 [60]
77 28 September 2001 99 Prince Abdullah al-Faisal Stadium, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia  Saudi Arabia 1–1 2–2 [61]
78 21 October 2001 102 Bahrain National Stadium, Manama, Bahrain  Bahrain 1–2 1–3 [62]
79 31 October 2001 103 Al-Nahyan Stadium, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates  United Arab Emirates 1–0 3–0 [63]
80 21 August 2002 108 NSC Olimpiyskiy, Kyiv, Ukraine  Ukraine 1–0 1–0 Friendly [64]
81 19 September 2002 109 Takhti Stadium, Tabriz, Iran  Paraguay 1–1 1–1[c] 2002 LG Cup [65]
82 5 September 2003 112 Azadi Stadium, Tehran, Iran  Jordan 1–1 4–1 2004 AFC Asian Cup qualification [66]
83 4–1
84 19 November 2003 116 Municipal Stadium, Beirut, Lebanon  Lebanon 1–0penalty 3–0 [67]
85 28 November 2003 117 Azadi Stadium, Tehran, Iran  Lebanon 1–0 1–0 [68]
86 2 December 2003 118 Al-Sadaqua Walsalam Stadium, Kuwait City, Kuwait  Kuwait 1–3 1–3 Friendly [69]
87 18 February 2004 119 Azadi Stadium, Tehran, Iran  Qatar 3–0penalty 3–1 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification [70]
88 31 March 2004 120 Laos National Stadium, Vientiane, Laos  Laos 1–0 7–0 [71]
89 2–0penalty
90 17 June 2004 122 Azadi Stadium, Tehran, Iran  Lebanon 1–0penalty 4–0 2004 WAAF Championship [72][73]
91 2–0
92 3–0
93 21 June 2004 123  Syria 1–0 7–1 [74][73]
94 25 June 2004 125  Syria 2–1 4–1 [75][73]
95 20 July 2004 126 Chongqing Olympic Sports Center, Chongqing, China  Thailand 3–0penalty 3–0 2004 AFC Asian Cup [76]
96 6 August 2004 131 Workers Stadium, Beijing, China  Bahrain 3–2penalty 4–2 [77]
97 4–2
98 8 September 2004 132 Amman International Stadium, Amman, Jordan  Jordan 2–0 2–0 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification [78]
99 17 November 2004 133 Azadi Stadium, Tehran, Iran  Laos 1–0 7–0 [79]
100 2–0
101 3–0
102 4–0
103 18 December 2004 134  Panama 1–0penalty 1–0 Friendly [80]
104 2 February 2005 135  Bosnia and Herzegovina 1–1 2–1 [81]
105 17 August 2005 141 International Stadium Yokohama, Yokohama, Japan  Japan 1–2penalty 1–2 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification [82]
106 24 August 2005 142 Azadi Stadium, Tehran, Iran  Libya 3–0 4–0 Friendly [83]
107 13 November 2005 143  Togo 1–0penalty 2–0 2005 LG Cup [84]
108 22 February 2006 144  Chinese Taipei 4–0 4–0 2007 AFC Asian Cup qualification [85]
109 1 March 2006 145  Costa Rica 2–0 3–2 Friendly [86]

Hat-tricks[edit]

Daei playing against Laos
Daei's last hat-trick against Laos allowed him to become the first male player to score 100 goals in international football.
Hat-tricks table
No. Date Venue Opponent Goals Result Competition Ref.
1 10 June 1996 Azadi Stadium, Tehran    Nepal 4 – (14', 36', 84', 87') 8–0 1996 AFC Asian Cup qualification [10][87]
2 12 June 1996  Sri Lanka 5 – (30', 64', 65', 70', 77') 7–0 [17][87]
3 16 December 1996 Al Maktoum Stadium, Dubai  South Korea 4 – (66', 77', 82', 89' pen.) 6–2 1996 AFC Asian Cup [88][87]
4 14 December 1998 National Stadium, Bangkok  Uzbekistan 3 – (83', 88', 90') 4–0 1998 Asian Games [36]
5 31 March 2000 Al-Hamadaniah Stadium, Aleppo  Maldives 3 – (39', 61', 72') 8–0 2000 AFC Asian Cup qualification [89]
6 24 November 2000 Takhti Stadium, Tabriz  Guam 4 – (35' pen., 44', 52', 74') 19–0 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification [90][91]
7 17 June 2004 Azadi Stadium, Tehran  Lebanon 3 – (15' pen., 61', 88') 4–0 2004 WAAF Championship [73]
8 17 November 2004  Laos 4 – (7', 19', 27', 58') 7–0 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification [92][93]

Statistics[edit]

Source:[6]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Iran won 4–3 on penalty kicks.[25]
  2. ^ Iran lost 7–8 on penalty kicks.[47][48]
  3. ^ Iran won 4–3 on penalty kicks.[65]

See also[edit]

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