#9 Ronaldinho: 33 Goals
Ronaldinho’s success with Barcelona is well documented but his career with Brazil is underrated.
The attacking midfielder was brilliant in the 1999 Confederations Cup where he won the golden shoe and golden ball. He played a huge role in Brazil winning the 2002 World Cup and was selected as part of the all-star team. Click the next button to see who’s next on the list of Brazil national football (soccer) team all-time highest and top goal scorer in history.