3. Miroslav Klose | Germany | 0.53
The Germany forward has 67 goals in 126 games, second only to Gerd Muller on the all-time national team scoring chart.
Klose is one short of the great West Germany striker, and he could beat the record before the World Cup 2014.
He's already scored three goals in qualifying, and the Lazio man is bidding for a place in Joachim Low's squad for the tournament in Brazil.
He's one short of tying Ronaldo's all-time World Cup top scorer record of 15 goals, and he wants to opportunity to break that mark next year.