The Liga MX Closing Tournament 2022 is about to come to an end this Sunday, without any changes in the historical scoring table, since the closest of those who are active is the French Andre-Pierre Gignac with 132 goals to rank 33rd.
Without further ado, we show you the top ten network breakers in the history of Aztec soccer:
Closing the Top 10 is the man who was the scoring champion three times: Prode 85, Mexico 86 and the 1988-89 season.
The striker managed to reach the amount of 191 annotations, most of them with the Tampico Y Tampico Madero by piercing the nets 36 times and 102 times, respectively. He also had his way through atlantean (two), Oaxtepec (20), Tigers (18) and Puebla (13).
The Brazilian was active in Mexico from 1972 to 1984 to achieve 199 goals, all between three clubs: lagoon (64), Athletic Spanish (86) and Blue Cross (47).
Unfortunately for the South American, he was never able to gain a scoring leadership.
The famous Dumbo surpassed 200 goals to stay at 201, after having played from 1942 to 1955, at a time when there were no Leagues.
In fact, the striker was the first player to surpass the 30-goal mark in a season among Mexicans. He also won five scoring championships and is the greatest net breaker in the history of León with 126 goals.
The rest of his notes were distributed among atlantean (10), Atlas (14), Prayed (27) and Chivas (24).
The current commentator and analyst of Aztec TV He only needed to go through three squads to achieve the number of 209 goals, 184 in the regular phase and 25 in the Liguillas.
The Son of the Lone Wolf is the greatest scorer in the history of America with 162 goals, but he also made an appearance in atlantean (24) and Necaxa (23).
Pata Bendita managed to reach 214 entries, 210 in the regular phase and four in the Liguilla, between 1971 and 1984.
The Chilean came to Mexican soccer to defend the colors of the Americawhere he transformed 45 pirulos, later he would achieve a higher mark in Jaliscowith 91, to finally go through Neza (Four. Five), Atletico Potosino (24) and Cougars (9).
In fact, the South American is considered the highest scoring Chilean in history for his tremendous time in Mexico and Chile with 358 goals in 620 official duels.
Considered the greatest figure of the first half of the 20th century in Mexican soccer, The kid he got 238 goals between 1936 and 1957.
I spend the hundred-something with the iron ponies (107) and then he wore the coats of Zacatepec (24), Spain (twenty-one), Necaxa (70), America (13) and scratched (3).
He was scoring champion in the 1950-51 season.
The Paraguayan is engraved in the memory of all Mexicans for the great feat he achieved with the Red Devils of Toluca, the only team he defended in the MX League reaching 249 goals, 206 in the regular phase and 43 in the Fiesta Grande.
The Guarani Prince came to Mexican soccer in 1994, remaining until 2005, adding four leagues and four scoring titles.
Obviously, he is the greatest network breaker in the history of the choricero club.
The two-time World Cup player left the mark of 252 goals, 212 in the regular phase and 40 in the Liguilla, after having defended a large number of jerseys in two different stages, since from 2005 to 2007 he went to Europe and Saudi Arabia.
The Desert Fox is mostly remembered for his stay in Santos Laguna, where he is the highest scorer in history with 189 goals.
His career began with Atlas scoring 21 goals, then came Saints, golden (8), Pachuca (8), Blue Cross (7), Striped (10), Puebla (5), Morelia (4) and Chivas.
The Mexican who has achieved the most goals in the history of Mexican soccer is El Grande de Cerro Azul, who was close to reaching 300 goals, but stayed at 294, 269 in the League and 25 in the Liguilla.
Despite being born into the ranks of the America (78), is an idol of The Celestial Machinewhere he made 169 goals, winning the penultimate championship in the club’s history.
At the same time, he defended Monterey (twenty), Necaxa (13), atlantean (7) and Chivas (7).
The top scorer in the MX League He is the Brazilian, the only one who has been able to cross the 300 barrier to stay at 312, 289 in the regular phase and 23 in the Liguilla, from 1974 to 1987.
He had an overwhelming step in Mexico by winning eight scoring championships, apart from being named the Best Forward on the same number of occasions, without forgetting that he is the highest scorer in the history of Cougars (151) and atlantean (108).
His last performances were with Lion (44) and tigers (9).
After the Top 10 come Ricardo Pelaez (187), the Brazilian Ricardo Ferretti (182), Horacio Lopez Salgado (172), the Uruguayan Richard Brandon (172), Enrique Borja (168), Oribe Peralta (166), Daniel Guzman (158), Luis Garcia Postigo (158), the Colombian louis gabriel king (156) and Alberto Garcia-Aspe (152).
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