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Top 10 Highest Goal Scoring Goalkeepers In The World

I bring you, the highest goal scoring goalkeepers of all Times.

1. Rogério Ceni.

Nationality. Brazil.

Football Team. (1990–2015) São Paulo.

Number of goals. 131.

Recorded number of free kicks (62), Recorded number of penalties (70), Total recorded number of club goals (131). Scored 14 goals (six free kicks and eight penalties) in Copa Libertadores, and 65 (26 free kicks, one indirect free kick and 38 penalties) in Brazilian League. Had five matches with two goals.

2. José Luis Chilavert. 

Nationality. Paraguay. 

Football Team(s). (1982–2004) Paraguay, Zaragoza, Vélez Sársfield, Peñarol, Strasbourg, Sportivo Luqueno, San Lorenzo, and Club Guaraní.

Number of goals. 67.

Recorded number of international goals (8), only goalkeeper to score a hat trick.

3. Johnny Vegas Fernández.

Nationality. Peru.

Football Team(s). (1997–2017) Sport Boys, Union Huaral, Universidad San Martín de Porres, FBC Melgar, Sport Ancash, Cienciano, Alianza Atlético, Club Deportivo Pacífico FC, Defensor San Alejandro, and Los Caimanes.

Number of goals. 45.

Forty goals in first division, one goal in Copa Sudamericana and four goals in second division.

4. Dimitar Ivankov. 

Nationality. Bulgaria. 

Football Team(s). (1996–2012) Levski Sofia, Kayserispor, and Bursaspor.

Number of goals. 42.

 

5. René Higuita. 

Nationality. Columbia.

Number of goals. 41.

Famous for his scorpion kicksave against England in 1995.


6. Márcio. 

Nationality. Brazil. 

Number of goals. 34.


7. Hans-Jörg Butt. 

Nationality. German.

Number of goals. 32.


8. Misael Alfaro.

Nationality. El - Salvador. 

Number of goals. 31.


9. Dragan Pantelić. 

Nationality. Yugoslavian.

Number of goals. 26.


10. Sebastiàn Sana. 

Nationality. Argentina. 

Number of goals. 25.


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