France legend Just Fontaine scored a FIFA World Cup™ record 13 goals at the 1958 tournament as his side finished third with Brazil claiming the title.
His amazing haul included a hat-trick against Paraguay, braces against Yugoslavia and Northern Ireland and four goals in a 6-3 win over Germany FR. Fontaine, 76, was born in Marrakech, but it was in France with Nice and Stade Reims that he made a name for himself as a prolific striker.
He scored a hat-trick on his France debut in 1953 and went on to net 30 goals in 21 international appearances before he was forced to retire early due to injury. Fontaine then embarked on a managerial career that included spells in charge of France and Morocco, as well as stints at Paris Saint-Germain and Toulouse.