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Mexico Top 10 All Time Leading Goal Scorers Of National Football Team

Mexico Top 10 All Time Leading Goal Scorers Of National Football Team: Here is the list of top ten Mexican players who scored most goals in international matches. The national team from CONCACAF Confederation is the most successful team of North, Central and Caribbean association. They have won 10 Copa America titles and seven Gold Cup editions. Today we are going to talk about the players who netted most goals for Mexico Football Team. El Tricolor have played 15 editions of FIFA World Cup, 10 Copa Americas and 6 editions of FIFA Confederations Cup. Mexico is the only team from CONCACAF Confederation to have won FIFA tournament which is FIFA Confederations Cup [1999]. Now let’s get back on topic and have a look on the list of most goal scorers.

Mexico all time top goal scorers

Mexico Top 10 All Time Leading Goal Scorers Of National Football Team

No. Player name Goals Games Goal ratio
1 Javier Hernandez 47 91 0.52
2 Jared Borgetti 46 89 0.52
3 Cuauhtemoc Blanco 39 120 0.33
4 Carlos Hermosillo 35 90 0.39
4 Luis Hernandez 35 85 0.41
6 Enrique Borja 31 65 0.48
7 Luis Roberto Alves 30 84 0.36
8 Luis Flores 29 62 0.47
8 Luis Garcia 29 78 0.37
8 Hugo Sanchez 29 58 0.50

Note: List was last updated on 28 May 2017

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Former Manchester United and current Bayer Leverkusen player Javier Hernandez is the all time leading goal scorer of Mexico National Football Team. Hernandez is also known by his nickname Chicharito which means little pea. He is the only active player in the above list who is still playing for national side.

Hernandez was part of Mexico U-20 side when the nation competed in 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Canada. He played first game as a substitute and scored third goal in Mexico’s 3-0 goal against Gambia in 2007.

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The Mexican player made senior debut for Mexico on 30th September 2009 against Colombia. Next year in February, he scored two goals against Bolivia and also provided an assist for Braulio Luna’s goal. In 2010 FIFA World Cup, he played his first ever World Cup game against South Africa that ended at 1-1 draw. So far, he has scored 47 goals in 91 games for Mexico.

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