10. Most goals in a World Cup (Fontaine)
We recently saw Harry Kane win the 2018 World Cup Golden Boot by scoring an impressive six goals.
The England captain’s tally was impressive and played a key role in the national team’s fourth-place finish. However, it turns out that Kane’s achievement in Russia was nowhere near record-breaking.
The honour of scoring the most goals in a World Cup tournament instead belongs to Just Fontaine of France.
The French striker scored an incredible 13 goals in six games to help France finish third in the 1958 FIFA World Cup.