Jurgen is a German soccer player who had played both for West Germany and Germany. In his 17 games in the World Cup, Jurgen Klinsmann scored 11.
Kocsis’ dominance was easily seen in the FIFA World Cups with his 11 stunning goals out of the 5 matches he played in a single season.
If you don’t know who Pele is, you are mostly a recent football fan. Pele used to dominate the FIFA World Cups by scoring 12 world-class goals in his 14 matches.
Fontaine was a treat to watch in his times. Fontaine executed the impossible in 1958 when he scored 13 goals in mere six games in a single season.
Muller was known for his clean finishing, both in and outside the box. He scored 14 match changing goals in the FIFA World Cup where he played 13 games.
Being a multi-functional striker, Ronaldo changed the way the game was played. Ronaldo scored 15 goals in the FIFA World Cup where he played 16 games.
And here comes the best, Miroslav Klose. In the 24 games he played, Klose scored 16 mesmerizing goals that helped his team lift up the trophy in 2014.