10. Teifilo Cubillas (Peru) - scored 10 goals (World Cup 1970, 1978 and 1982)
Cubillas still logged as Peru's best player of all time. He was instrumental in bringing his country drove to the quarter-finals 1970. Eight years later, he scored a beautiful goal in World Cup in Argentina.
9. Gary Lineker (England) - 10 goals (1986, 1990)
1986 World Cup top scorer with six goals scored. He then scored four more goals in the 1990 World Cup when England won the fourth.
8. Gabriel Batistuta (Argentina) - 10 goals (1994, 1998, 2002)
Legendary Argentine striker is known to kick his right leg very hard. He made the goal while in the peak of his career in 1994 and 1998 World Cup, and also had scored when a veteran in the 2002 World Cup.
7. Helmut Rahn (West Germany) - 10 goals (1954, 1958)
The player nicknamed 'The Cannon from Essen' is known thanks to two goal in the 1954 World Cup goal against Hungary and helped Germany won the world championship for the first time. He scored ten goals in just nine games.
6. Jurgen Klinsmann (Germany) - 11 goals (1990, 1994, 1998)
Goal hungry striker who scored goals in three World Cups in a row secaar and impressive collaboration with Rudi Voller in the 1990 World Cup and 1994.
5. Kosics Sandor (Hungary) - 11 goals (1954)
Kosics only once played in the World Cup. He is a key player in the Hungarian team who appear extraordinary in 1954. He made a goal in every game, except in the final when his team's surprise defeat of Germany.
4. Pele (Brazil) 12 goals (1958, 1962, 1966, 1970)
The player dubbed 'The King' is already worldwide at the age of 17 years. He scored two goals in the final of the 1958 World Cup and bring Brazil beat Sweden. He closes his career at the 1970 World Cup by making one goal in the final game when his team beat Italy 4-1.
3. Just Fontaine (France) - 13 goals (1958)
As with Kosics, Fontaine only appeared in one World Cup. But until recently he was the top scorer with the most goals in a tournament, scoring 13 goals while bringing France became the third champion in the 1958 World Cup.
2. Gerd Muller (West Germany) - 14 goals (1970, 1974)
Touted as the best penalty box striker of all time. Muller scored ten goals in the third champion menjadu West Germany in 1970 World Cup. He then made four goals in 1974, including the country's goal decisive victory over the Netherlands in the final.
1. Ronaldo (Brazil) - 15 goals (1994, 1998, 2002, 2006)
These legendary players remembered thanks to the appearance in the World Cup 2002. In addition to bringing Brazilian to win, Ronaldo was also a top scorer with eight goals, including two goals in the final to Germany's goal.