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FIFA World Cup record-holders

July 09, 2014, 13:31 UTC+3
German striker Miroslav Klose broke Ronaldo's record as overall World Cup topscorer
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Germany striker Miroslav Klose scored his 16th World Cup goal and broke Ronaldo's record as overall finals topscorer
Germany striker Miroslav Klose scored his 16th World Cup goal and broke Ronaldo's record as overall finals topscorer
Germany striker Miroslav Klose scored his 16th World Cup goal and broke Ronaldo's record as overall finals topscorer
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France's Just Fontaine (left) still holds the record of scoring most goals (13) in a single World Cup tournament
France's Just Fontaine (left) still holds the record of scoring most goals (13) in a single World Cup tournament
France's Just Fontaine (left) still holds the record of scoring most goals (13) in a single World Cup tournament
© AP Photo/Reportagebild, Pool, File
France's Fabien Barthez shares the record of most World Cup matches without conceding with Englands Peter Shilton. They both had 10 clean sheets
France's Fabien Barthez shares the record of most World Cup matches without conceding with Englands Peter Shilton. They both had 10 clean sheets
France's Fabien Barthez shares the record of most World Cup matches without conceding with Englands Peter Shilton. They both had 10 clean sheets
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Brazil's Pele was not only the youngest ever to score a goal in a World Cup, he is the only player to have won three World Cup titles (1958, 1962, 1970)
Brazil's Pele was not only the youngest ever to score a goal in a World Cup, he is the only player to have won three World Cup titles (1958, 1962, 1970)
Brazil's Pele was not only the youngest ever to score a goal in a World Cup, he is the only player to have won three World Cup titles (1958, 1962, 1970)
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Italian coach Vittorio Pozzo is the only one to ever have won two World Cups (1934 and 1938)
Italian coach Vittorio Pozzo is the only one to ever have won two World Cups (1934 and 1938)
Italian coach Vittorio Pozzo is the only one to ever have won two World Cups (1934 and 1938)
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Russia's Oleg Salenko scored five goals in a single World Cup finals match (Russia-Cameroon in 1994) — a record that still hasn't been broken
Russia's Oleg Salenko scored five goals in a single World Cup finals match (Russia-Cameroon in 1994) — a record that still hasn't been broken
Russia's Oleg Salenko scored five goals in a single World Cup finals match (Russia-Cameroon in 1994) — a record that still hasn't been broken
© AP Photo/Thomas Kienzle
 Archie Thompson of Australia is famous for scoring 13 goals in a single World Cup qualifying match against American Samoa in 2002
 Archie Thompson of Australia is famous for scoring 13 goals in a single World Cup qualifying match against American Samoa in 2002
Archie Thompson of Australia is famous for scoring 13 goals in a single World Cup qualifying match against American Samoa in 2002
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Iran's Ali Daei holds the record of most goals scored (35) in overall World Cup qualifying matches
Iran's Ali Daei holds the record of most goals scored (35) in overall World Cup qualifying matches
Iran's Ali Daei holds the record of most goals scored (35) in overall World Cup qualifying matches
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Germany striker Miroslav Klose scored his 16th World Cup goal and broke Ronaldo's record as overall finals topscorer
© EPA/Fernando Bizerra Jr.
France's Just Fontaine (left) still holds the record of scoring most goals (13) in a single World Cup tournament
© AP Photo/Reportagebild, Pool, File
France's Fabien Barthez shares the record of most World Cup matches without conceding with Englands Peter Shilton. They both had 10 clean sheets
©  EPA/MANUEL DE ALMEIDA
Brazil's Pele was not only the youngest ever to score a goal in a World Cup, he is the only player to have won three World Cup titles (1958, 1962, 1970)
© AP Photo
Italian coach Vittorio Pozzo is the only one to ever have won two World Cups (1934 and 1938)
© Ap Photo
Russia's Oleg Salenko scored five goals in a single World Cup finals match (Russia-Cameroon in 1994) — a record that still hasn't been broken
© AP Photo/Thomas Kienzle
Archie Thompson of Australia is famous for scoring 13 goals in a single World Cup qualifying match against American Samoa in 2002
© EPA/JEON HEON-KYUN
Iran's Ali Daei holds the record of most goals scored (35) in overall World Cup qualifying matches
© EPA/-

German striker Miroslav Klose scored his 16th World Cup goal during the semifinal match against Brazil. Thus, he broke Ronaldo's record as overall World Cup topscorer.

France's Just Fontaine, however, still holds the record of scoring most goals (13) in a single World Cup tournament. Learn more about the World Cup record-holders in this photo gallery by ITAR-TASS.

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