Jurgen Klinsmann

Jurgen Klinsmann

FILE PHOTO: Soccer Football - DFB Cup - Third Round - Schalke 04 v Hertha BSC - Veltins-Arena, Gelsenkirchen, Germany - February 4, 2020 Hertha BSC coach Jurgen Klinsmann before the match REUTERS/Leon Kuegeler DFB regulations prohibit any use of photographs as image sequences and/or quasi-video - RC2VTE98YFON/File Photo

Though Jurgen Klinsmann is possibly better known for bringing diving to the Premier League than for his goalscoring prowess, the only non-Brazilian World Cup winner on this list is here for a reason.

Many consider his career-defining performance to be the 1990 World Cup clash with Holland, in which Klinsmann was forced to play as a lone striker after Rudi Voller was dismissed early on in the match. The industry with which Klinsmann approached the game set a tone for the rest of his career.

151 goals in 323 games is remarkable, but it was the manner with which he dispatched them that really caught the eye, as demonstrated in the video above.