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Top 10 All Time Highest Goal Scorers for Real Madrid

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Football is one of the most popular sports around the world. It is played almost all around the world. It is also one of the oldest sports in the world. Football is a family of team sports that involve, to varying degrees, kicking a ball to score a goal. Unqualified, the word football normally means the form of football that is the most popular where the word is used. Sports commonly called football include association football (known as soccer in some countries) gridiron football (specifically American football or Canadian football) Australian rules football; rugby football (either rugby union or rugby league) and Gaelic football. These various forms of football share to varying extent common origins and are known as football codes. Now let us move to our main topic about this article that who were top 10 all highest goal scorers for Real Madrid.

 Pirri

Pirri

Pirri

Pirri is a former Spanish center midfielder who is regarded as one of the best midfielder real Madrid ever produce. He is also one of the highest goal scorer for the club. He played 488 matches and scored 130 goals for the Spanish club Real Madrid. Born in Ceuta, Pirri signed with Real Madrid in 1964 as a 19-year-old, from Segunda División club Granada CF who received 200 million pesetas. He made his debut with the former on 8 November of that year as a replacement for suspended Ferenc Puskás, in a 4–1 home win against FC Barcelona; late in the same month he scored the first of his 123 goals in La Liga, contributing to a 2–0 home victory over Deportivo de La Coruña also at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium.

 Paco Gento

Paco Gento

Paco Gento

Paco Gento is a former Spanish national team player who played as a left wing forward for the Spanish club Real Madrid and Spain national team. He played 520 games for Real Madrid and scored 159 goals. He débuted in the Primera División with Racing Santander in the 1952–53 season. He was still playing mostly for the B team at Santander when a flu virus saw him promoted to the first team ahead of a home game against Real Madrid. Such was his performance in the match, that Madrid signed him three days later. He would become a legendary player for the capital club, wearing the number 11 shirt, and is regarded as one of Spain’s greatest players.

 Emilio Butragueño

Real Madrid player Emilio Butragueno

Emilio Butragueno

Emilio Butragueño is a former Spanish player who played as a centre forward or striker for Real Madrid and Spain national team. He made 443 appearances for Real Madrid and scored 164 goals.In 1981, Madrid-born Butragueño joined Real Madrid youth system, playing first for their reserves before being given his senior debut by Alfredo Di Stéfano on 5 February 1984 against Cádiz CF: he made an instant impact, scoring twice and assisting for the third goal in a 3–2 away turnaround, after Real trailed by 0–2. On 12 December that year he made his European competition debut, contributing with a hat-trick to a 6–1 home triumph against R.S.C. Anderlecht for the third round of the UEFA Cup (after a 0–3 loss in Brussels), as the Spaniards went on to win the competition.

 Hugo Sanchez

Hugo Sanchez

Hugo Sanchez

Hugo Sánchez Márquez (born 11 July 1958) is a Mexican former professional footballer and manager, who played as a forward. A prolific goalscorer known for his spectacular strikes and volleys, Sánchez is widely regarded as the greatest Mexican footballer of all time. On 15 July 1985, Sánchez signed for Real Madrid. It was reported that due to Atlético Madrid’s reluctance to anger their fan base with a direct deal with Real, Sánchez was transferred to UNAM back in his home country on 4 July before being signed by Real Madrid, with the contract signing taking place in a bank in Mexico City. He was flown back to Spain and presented to 50,000 fans at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium on 19 July.

 Ferenc Puskás

Ferenc Puskás

Ferenc Puskás

He was the son of former footballer Ferenc Puskás Senior. Puskás started his career in Hungary playing for Kispest and Budapest Honvéd. He was the top scorer in the Hungarian League on four occasions and in 1948 he was the top goal scorer in Europe. During the 1950s, he was both a prominent member and captain of the Hungarian national team, known as the Mighty Magyars. In 1958, two years after the Hungarian Revolution, he emigrated to Spain where he played for Real Madrid.During his first La Liga season, Puskás scored four hat-tricks, including one in his second game, against Sporting de Gijón on 21 September 1958. In the game against UD Las Palmas on 4 January 1959, Puskás and Alfredo di Stéfano scored hat-tricks in a 10–1 win. During the 1960–61 season, Puskás scored four times in a game against Elche CF and the following season, he scored five goals against the same team.

 Santillana

Santillana

Santillana

Santillana is a former real Madrid player Born in Santillana del Mar, Cantabria, Santillana (nickname taken from birthplace) started playing professionally with local Racing de Santander, moving to Real Madrid and La Liga in 1971 alongside teammate Francisco Aguilar,aged just 19, and proceeding to score ten goals in 34 games in his debut season as the team were crowned league champions.In total, Santillana won nine league trophies, adding four Copa del Rey trophies and back-to-back UEFA Cups and scoring in both of the latter competition’s finals.

 Alfredo di Stéfano

Alfredo di Stéfano

Alfredo di Stéfano

Di Stéfano began his career at Argentina’s River Plate aged 17, in 1943. For the 1946 season he was loaned to Club Atlético Huracán, but he returned to River in 1947. Due to a footballers’ strike in Argentina in 1949, Di Stéfano went to play for Millonarios of Bogotá in the Colombian league. He won six league titles during the first 12 years of his career in Argentina and Colombia. Di Stéfano scored in five consecutive European Cup finals for Real Madrid between 1956 and 1960, including a hat-trick in the last. Perhaps the highlight of his time with the club was their 7–3 victory over Eintracht Frankfurt in the 1960 European Cup Final at Hampden Park, a game many consider to be the finest exhibition of club football ever witnessed in Europe.

 Karim Benzema

Karim Benzema

Karim Benzema

Karim Benzema is one of the most popular striker in the recent Time he is the third highest goal scorer for the Spanish club Real Madrid. Till now he made 553 appearances for the club and scored 277 goals. He is still playing for Real Madrid. Benzema began his football career at his hometown club Bron Terraillon SC at the age of eight. While at the club, he was nicknamed Coco by friends and, after scoring two goals in an under-10 match against the Lyon youth academy, began attracting attention from the biggest club in the city. According to Serge Santa Cruz, who was president of Bron Terraillon in the 1990s, Lyon officials had visited him directly in an attempt to sign the youngster; however, Santa Cruz refused. After talking with Benzema’s father, the club allowed the player to undergo a trial with Lyon.

 Raúl

Raùl

Raùl

Raùl Gonzalez is the second most highest goal scorer for the Spanish club Real Madrid. He played 741 games which is also the most by any player for Real Madrid and scored 324 goals.He started his professional career in the 1994–95 season with Real Madrid C. He scored 16 goals in just nine games (including five in one match against CD Corralejo) and was swiftly promoted to the first team by coach Jorge Valdano, replacing Emilio Butragueño in a symbolic “passing of the crown.” He became the youngest player – 17 years and 124 days – ever to play for the senior side, though the record was broken by Alberto Rivera later that same season.

 Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo who in the earth doesn’t know his name. He is that much of popular. Even people who are not indulge in football knows his name. He is the highest goal scorer for the Spanish club Real Madrid. He played 438 games for real Madrid and scored 450 goals. Ahead of the 2009–10 season, Ronaldo joined Real Madrid for a world record transfer fee at the time, of £80 million (€94 million). His contract, which ran until 2015, was worth €11 million per year and contained a €1 billion buy-out clause. At least 80,000 fans attended his presentation at the Santiago Bernabéu, surpassing the 25-year record of 75,000 fans who had welcomed Diego Maradona at Napoli.

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