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MLS top goal scorers all time

MLS top goal scorers of all time

Here is the list of all time Top Goal Scorers & Assist Providers of MLS. Major League Soccer is a highly professional soccer league which is representing in high level in United States and Canada. The league has total 19 team, 16 from US and 3 from Canada. From next season, 2 more teams New York City FC and Orlando City SC will make debut in 2015. MLS is sanctioned by the United States Soccer Federation (U.S. Soccer). It was founded in 1993 as part of the United States successful bid to host the 1992 FIFA World Cup. The first season took place in 1996 with ten teams. MLS is the top league and have a look at Top Goal Scorers & Assist Providers.

Top Goal Scorers of MLS

MLS top goal scorers all time

Landon Donovan is the top goal scorer of this soccer league who scored 143 goals in his career. The player was appeared in Samsung Galaxy 11 ad video with Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi which is featured with world’s best football players. Check out the complete top 10 list of all time goal scorers of Major League Soccer below.

Rank Player Name Goals Games
1. Landon Donovan 143 329
2 Jeff Cunningham 134 365
3 Jaime Moreno 133 340
4 Ante Razov 114 262
5 Jason Kreis 108 305
6 Dwayne De Rosario 104 338
7 Taylor Twellman 101 174
8 Edson Buddle 100 291
9 Chris Wondolowski 92 194
10 Roy Lassiter 88 182

Top Assist Players of MLS

Apart from made goals, player who assist the goal let also as a goal maker, so here is complete list of assist player of MLS.

Rank Player Name Assists
1 Steve Ralston 135
2 London Donovan 132
3 Carlos Valderrama 114
4 Preki 112
5 Brad Davis 110
6 Jaime Moreno 102
7 Marco Etcheverry 101
8 Cobi Jones 91
9 Andy Williams 86
10 Chris Henderson 80

Last updated: 24 September 2014

In above list, you’ve seen top players who made top goals and assists also. MLS league 2015 season is also in lot of hype. On September 18, 2014, MLS unveiled their new logo for the 2015 season-the league’s 20th season-and beyond, as part of the “MLS Next” branding initiative. In addition to the new crest logo, the MLS team will display their own colors, that will be displayed on their jerseys at every game. The change represents the first time that the MLS logo has been been revised since the league’s inception. The 20th and 21st teams will also join the MLS for the season.

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