List of men's footballers with 50 or more international goals

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Photograph of Poul Nielsen, hands on hips, looking at the camera
Poul Nielsen of Denmark, the first player ever to score 50 international goals, was the fastest to do so scoring his 50th goal in his 36th match.

The first player to score 50 international goals was Poul Nielsen of Denmark. He achieved this feat on his 36th cap against Sweden in the 1924–28 Nordic Football Championship on 14 June 1925. This is also the least number of matches played by any player to score 50 goals. He scored 52 goals in just 38 matches in his international career.[1][2][3][4] Ferenc Puskás of Hungary was the second player and the second European after Nielsen to achieve the feat. His 50th goal came on 24 July 1952, when he scored a brace (two goals) in the semi-final match against Turkey at the 1952 Summer Olympics.[5] Puskás scored 84 goals in his international career.[6] He remained the highest international goalscorer for 47 years following his 84th goal in 1956 against Austria until Ali Daei of Iran broke the record in 2003 after scoring his 85th goal against Lebanon.[7] Daei is the only player to score over 100 goals in international football with 109 goals.[8][9] He scored his 50th goal in a friendly match against Mexico on 9 January 2000, becoming the first Asian footballer to achieve the feat. His 100th goal came on 17 November 2004, when he scored a hat-trick (in this case four goals) against Laos in the 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification.[10] However, the first player from Asia to score at least 50 goals was Japan's Kunishige Kamamoto. He achieved the feat after scoring against Malaysia in 1972 Merdeka Tournament and he went on to score 80 goals for his country in 84 international appearances.[11][12] Just two years after Puskás' scored his 50th goal, his teammate Sándor Kocsis did the same on 19 September 1954 in a friendly match against Romania.[13] He became the third player and the third European to achieve the feat. He went on to score a total of 75 goals in 65 matches in international football.[14] Pelé of Brazil was the first player from outside Europe and the first player from South America to score at least 50 goals. He attained this in a friendly match against the Soviet Union on 21 November 1965. He scored 77 international goals in 92 matches.[15] Malawi's Kinnah Phiri was the first player from Africa, and also the youngest player, to score 50 international goals. He scored his 50th goal in a friendly match against Sierra Leone on 6 July 1978 when he was 23 years 8 months and 6 days old.[16] Stern John of Trinidad and Tobago was the first player from North America to score 50 international goals. He scored 70 goals in 115 matches with his 50th goal coming in a friendly match against the Dominican Republic on 13 June 2004.[17]

To date four players each representing Brazil and Hungary have scored 50 or more international goals. Iraq and Japan each have three players who have achieved the feat. The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has the highest number of footballers who have scored at least 50 goals in their international career with 23 players achieving the feat to date.[18]

Bader Al-Mutawa of Kuwait has played the most matches so far to score 50 international goals.[19] He scored his 50th goal during his 155th international appearance, while scoring a hat-trick against Myanmar on 3 September 2015 during 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification matches.[20]

By player[edit]

Ali Daei in Tehran looking to his right.
Ali Daei of Iran is the only male player to score over 100 goals in international football having scored 109 goals in his career.
Ferenc Puskás, with arms clasped behind his back, looks directly at the camera.
Ferenc Puskás, the second player to score 50 goals in international football, held the record of highest number of international goals with 84 for 47 years following his 84th goal in 1956 against Austria. Ali Daei broke it in 2003 after scoring his 85th goal against Lebanon.
Kocsis Sándor, dressed in a jacket and tie, looks directly at the camera.
Sándor Kocsis is the third player and also the third European after Nielsen and Puskas to score at least 50 goals in international football.
As of 2 December 2019

Players in bold are still active at international level.

Indicates the FIFA world top scorer.
Indicates the top scorer of the respective confederation.
Indicates the top scorer of the respective nation.
No. Name Nation Confederation International
goals
Caps Goals
per match
Career span Date of 50th goal Ref.
1 Ali Daei  Iran AFC 109 149 0.73 1993–2006 9 January 2000 [10]
2 Cristiano Ronaldo  Portugal UEFA 99 164 0.6 2003– 26 June 2014 [21]
3 Ferenc Puskás  Hungary UEFA 84 85[a] 0.99 1945–1956 24 July 1952 [6]
4 Godfrey Chitalu  Zambia CAF 79 111 0.71 1968–1980 7 November 1978 [22]
5 Hussein Saeed  Iraq AFC 78 137 0.57 1977–1990 17 March 1984 [23]
6 Pelé  Brazil CONMEBOL 77 92 0.84 1957–1971 4 July 1965 [15]
7 Sándor Kocsis  Hungary UEFA 75 68 1.1 1948–1956 19 September 1954 [13]
Kunishige Kamamoto  Japan AFC 75 76 0.99 1964–1977 18 July 1972 [11]
Bashar Abdullah  Kuwait AFC 75 134 0.56 1996–2007 25 December 2002 [24]
10 Sunil Chhetri  India AFC 72 115 0.63 2005– 31 December 2015 [25]
11 Kinnah Phiri  Malawi CAF 71 115 0.62 1973–1981 06 July 1978 [16]
Majed Abdullah  Saudi Arabia AFC 71 116 0.61 1977–1994 15 April 1984 [26]
Kiatisuk Senamuang  Thailand AFC 71 134 0.53 1993–2007 23 January 2001 [27]
Miroslav Klose  Germany UEFA 71 137 0.52 2001–2014 27 June 2010 [28]
15 Piyapong Pue-on  Thailand AFC 70 100 0.7 1981–1997 30 January 1989 [29]
Stern John  Trinidad and Tobago CONCACAF 70 115 0.61 1995–2012 13 June 2004 [17]
Lionel Messi  Argentina CONMEBOL 70 138 0.51 2005– 29 March 2016 [30]
Hossam Hassan  Egypt CAF 70 169 0.41 1985–2006 25 February 1998 [31][32]
19 Gerd Müller  West Germany UEFA 68 62 1.1 1966–1974 18 June 1972 [33]
Carlos Ruiz  Guatemala CONCACAF 68 133 0.51 1998–2016 15 August 2012 [34]
Robbie Keane  Republic of Ireland UEFA 68 146 0.47 1998–2016 4 June 2011 [35]
22 Didier Drogba  Ivory Coast CAF 65 105 0.62 2002–2014 13 January 2012 [36]
23 Ronaldo  Brazil CONMEBOL 62 98 0.63 1994–2011 19 November 2003 [37]
Zlatan Ibrahimović  Sweden UEFA 62 116 0.53 2001–2016 4 September 2014 [38]
Ahmed Radhi  Iraq AFC 62 121 0.51 1982–1997 18 August 1992 [39]
26 Neymar  Brazil CONMEBOL 61 101 0.6 2010– 10 November 2016 [40]
Robert Lewandowski  Poland UEFA 61 112 0.54 2008– 5 October 2017 [41]
28 Ali Mabkhout  United Arab Emirates AFC 60 83 0.72 2009– 31 August 2019 [42]
29 Imre Schlosser  Hungary UEFA 59 68 0.87 1906–1927 6 May 1917 [43]
David Villa  Spain UEFA 59 98 0.6 2005–2017 11 October 2011 [44]
Luis Suárez  Uruguay CONMEBOL 59 113 0.52 2007– 23 March 2018 [45]
32 Edin Džeko  Bosnia and Herzegovina UEFA 58 107 0.54 2007– 28 March 2017 [46]
Cha Bum-kun  South Korea AFC 58 135 0.43 1972–1986 5 September 1977 [47]
34 Carlos Pavón  Honduras CONCACAF 57 101 0.56 1993–2010 28 March 2009 [48]
Clint Dempsey  United States CONCACAF 57 141 0.4 2004–2018 7 June 2016 [49]
Younis Mahmoud  Iraq AFC 57 148 0.39 2002–2016 5 March 2014 [50]
Landon Donovan  United States CONCACAF 57 157 0.36 2000–2014 5 July 2013 [51]
38 Samuel Eto'o  Cameroon CAF 56 118 0.47 1997–2014 3 September 2011 [52]
Bader Al-Mutawa  Kuwait AFC 56 178 0.31 2003– 3 September 2015 [19]
40 Romário  Brazil CONMEBOL 55 70 0.79 1987–2005 8 October 2000 [53]
Kazuyoshi Miura  Japan AFC 55 89 0.62 1990–2000 7 September 1997 [54]
Jan Koller  Czech Republic UEFA 55 91 0.6 1999–2009 8 September 2007 [55]
Fandi Ahmad  Singapore AFC 55 101 0.54 1979–1997 16 December 1995 [56]
44 Gabriel Batistuta  Argentina CONMEBOL 54 77 0.7 1991–2002 29 June 2000 [57]
Ali Ashfaq  Maldives AFC 54 83 0.65 2003– 29 March 2016 [58]
46 Joachim Streich  East Germany UEFA 53 98 0.54 1969–1984 26 July 1983 [59]
Wayne Rooney  England UEFA 53 120 0.44 2003–2018 8 September 2015 [60]
48 Poul Nielsen  Denmark UEFA 52 38 1.37 1910–1925 14 June 1925 [1]
Romelu Lukaku  Belgium UEFA 52 84 0.62 2010– 10 October 2019 [61]
Phil Younghusband  Philippines AFC 52 108 0.48 2006–2019 22 March 2018 [62]
Javier Hernández  Mexico CONCACAF 52 109 0.48 2009– 23 June 2018 [63]
Jon Dahl Tomasson  Denmark UEFA 52 112 0.46 1997–2010 21 November 2007 [64]
Adnan Al Talyani  United Arab Emirates AFC 52 161 0.32 1983–1997 19 November 1996 [65]
54 Lajos Tichy  Hungary UEFA 51 72 0.71 1955–1971 25 April 1964 [66]
Lê Công Vinh  Vietnam AFC 51 83 0.61 2004–2016 20 November 2016 [67]
Asamoah Gyan  Ghana CAF 51 109 0.48 2003– 11 June 2017 [68]
Hakan Şükür  Turkey UEFA 51 112 0.46 1992–2007 11 October 2006 [69]
Thierry Henry  France UEFA 51 123 0.41 1997–2010 9 September 2009 [70]
59 Karim Bagheri  Iran AFC 50 87 0.57 1993–2010 9 January 2009 [71]
Robin van Persie  Netherlands UEFA 50 102 0.49 2005–2017 13 October 2015 [72]
Hwang Sun-hong  South Korea AFC 50 103 0.49 1988–2002 4 June 2002 [73]
Tim Cahill  Australia AFC / OFC [b] 50 108 0.46 2004–2018 10 October 2017 [78]
Edinson Cavani  Uruguay CONMEBOL 50 116 0.43 2008– 18 November 2019 [79]
Shinji Okazaki  Japan AFC 50 119 0.42 2008– 28 March 2017 [80]

By nationality[edit]

As of 18 November 2019
Pelé, pictured smiling at the camera, is the all-time leading goalscorer for Santos FC.
Pelé of Brazil was the first player from outside Europe to have scored at least 50 goals in international career.
No. Country Confederation
4  Brazil CONMEBOL
 Hungary UEFA
3  Iraq AFC
 Japan AFC
2  Argentina CONMEBOL
 Denmark UEFA
 Germany
(including  West Germany)
UEFA
 Iran AFC
 Kuwait AFC
 South Korea AFC
 Thailand AFC
 United Arab Emirates AFC
 United States CONCACAF
 Uruguay CONMEBOL
1  Australia AFC / OFC
 Belgium UEFA
 Bosnia and Herzegovina UEFA
 Cameroon CAF
 Czech Republic UEFA
 Egypt CAF
 England UEFA
 France UEFA
 East Germany UEFA
 Ghana CAF
 Guatemala CONCACAF
 Honduras CONCACAF
 India AFC
 Ivory Coast CAF
 Malawi CAF
 Maldives AFC
 Mexico CONCACAF
 Netherlands UEFA
 Philippines AFC
 Poland UEFA
 Portugal UEFA
 Republic of Ireland UEFA
 Saudi Arabia AFC
 Singapore AFC
 Spain UEFA
 Sweden UEFA
 Trinidad and Tobago CONCACAF
 Turkey UEFA
 Vietnam AFC
 Zambia CAF

By confederation[edit]

As of 18 November 2019
Confederation No.
AFC 23
UEFA 21
CONMEBOL 8
CAF 6
CONCACAF 6
OFC 0
Total 64

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Puskás also played four matches for Spain; 1 in the World cup qualifiers in 1961 and 3 in the 1962 World Cup but did not score any goal for Spain.[6]
  2. ^ Football Federation Australia (FFA) was a member of OFC since its formation in 1966, but in 2006 FFA left OCF and joined AFC.[74][75] Tim Cahill debuted for Australia in 2004 when FFA was a OCF member and ended his international career in 2018.[76][77]

See also[edit]

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External links[edit]

Mamrud, Roberto; Stokkermans, Karel. "Players with 100+ Caps and 30+ International Goals". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF). Retrieved 22 June 2017.