With the World Cup qualifying stages now over (with the play-offs to come), some of the world's greatest strikers have once again been in fine form for their international sides.
It won't come as a major surprise that in joint first place in the qualifying scorers list are Manchester United striker Robin van Persie and Liverpool forward Luis Suarez.
The duo have both netted 11 goals between them in the qualifying rounds. However, they are joined by a far less familiar face.
And that man is Deon McCaulay, who joins the duo on 11 goals and has outscored stars such as Lionel Messi, Radamel Falcao and Cristiano Ronaldo in the charts.
The Belzie striker hit 11 goals in the preliminary stage of the competition, and despite not being able to help his side into the North and Central America main qualifying round, he will can hold his head high being on a par with the Premier League's best strikers.
While McCaulay will be watching next summer's tournament like the most of us, Dutch master Van Persie will be in Brazil, but Uruguayan Suarez will have to come through a playoff if his side are to be in the competition.