World Cup's greatest goalscorers

PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa, July 10, 2010 (AFP) - Leading World Cup goal-scorers after Germany's Miroslav Klose was forced to miss Saturday's third-place play-off due to injury:

1. Ronaldo (BRA/1998-2002-2006) 15 goals

2. Miroslav Klose (GER/2002-2006-2010) 14

3. Gerd Mueller (GER/1970-1974) 14

4. Just Fontaine (FRA/1958) 13

5. Pele (BRA/1958-1962-1966-1970) 12

6. Sandor Kocsis (HUN/1954) 11

. Jurgen Klinsmann (GER/1990-1994-1998) 11

8. Helmut Rahn (RFA/1954-1958) 10

. Teofilo Cubillas (PER/1970-1978) 10

. Grzegorz Lato (POL/1974-1978-1982) 10

. Gary Lineker (ENG/1986-1990) 10

. Gabriel Batistuta (ARG/1994-1998-2002) 10

Germany's striker Miroslav Klose applauds after the medal ceremony of the 2010 World Cup third place football match Uruguay vs. Germany on July 10, 2010 in Port Elizabeth. Germany defeated Uruguay 3-2 to take the third place. AFP

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