Highest Scoring Football Defenders Of All-Time

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1. Ronald Koeman
The Dutch defender stands as the most prolific defender of all time. He formally played for Barcelona and also for PSV and scored a total of 253 goals in his playing career as a defender.

2. Daniel Passarella
An Argentine player and he was the best South American defender at the time. Asides Messi and Maradona, he would stand as the greatest player to wear the Argentine shirt. He scored a total of 175 goals.

3. Fernando Hierro
Played for Spain and also Real Madrid’s all-time greats with a gifted goal-scoring ability. He captained both the Spanish Nationale Side and Real Madrid and took a lot of free-kicks and penalties to increase his goal tally. He recorded a total of 163 goals in his career.

4. Laurent Blanc
Blanc started his playing career in Montpelier, France, he initially started as an attacking midfielder but later converted to a full back, scoring 80 goals in eight years at Montpelier. He had a total of 153 goals in his playing career before becoming a coach for Paris Saint-Germain.

5. Graham Alexander
The Scottish defender had played in both the full-back and the right-back for many clubs over his playing career. He was on spot-kick duties majorly, he played for Burnley, Scunthorpe, Luton and Preston North End and had a tally of 130 goals in his career. None for his countryside Scotland.

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6. Steve Bruce
The England defender always loved being on the score sheet majorly for Manchester United, but he also played for Gillingham, Norwich, Birmingham and Sheffield United. He had a total of 113 goals in his playing career.

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