Ferenc Puskas scored an incredible 83 goals in 84 appearances for Hungary.

The former army man, nicknamed 'The Galloping Major', was the jewel in the crown of a legendary Magyars team that earned fame throughout the world in 1953 by becoming the first overseas side to beat England at Wembley.

Puskas also played in two FIFA World Cups™ and came close to glory in 1954. Indeed, he scored the opener in the Final against West Germany only to eventually lose out 3-2 to a team the Hungarians had thrashed 8-3 earlier in the tournament.