World Cup Golden Boot Winners
Stabile missed the first game, but still scored eight goals in four matches.
In 2006 FIFA revised Nejedly's tally by awarding him a previously disallowed goal to give him five total.
Leonidas scored eight times in the '38 World Cup, with four against Poland. However he was rested in the semifinals and Brazil subsequently lost to Italy.
There's some dispute as to Ademir's real total during the 1950 World Cup, but he's officially credited with seven goals. Brazil lost to Uruguay in the final.
Comprised part of the legendary Hungarian Mighty Magyars team. In 1954, he became the first player to score two hat tricks in a single tournament.
Holds the record for most goals in a single World Cup with 13 in just six games, four in a single game against the West Germans.
Garrincha was famed for being not only one of soccer's all--time greats, but also for being born with crooked legs. He tied with five other players for the scoring lead in '62.
Nicknamed the Black Pearl and the Black Panther, Eusebio found the net nine times in England, including four against North Korea.
Muller would end up winning the World Cup in 1974 with Germany, but in 1970 he settled for being the tournament's top scorer, with 10.
Lato played in the '74, '78 and '82 World Cup with Poland but never reached the heights of his first World Cup, in which he scored seven times.
Nicknamed El Matador from his time with Valencia, Kempes scored six times in the '78 World Cup, including two in the final against the Netherlands.
Rossi's six goals paced Italy to the 1982 World Cup title, most memorably paced by his hat trick in the quarterfinal against Brazil.
England's World Cup dreams ended at the hands of Diego Maradona and Argentina, but with six goals Lineker did his part.
A relative unknown before the tournament, Schillaci started on the bench. However he would make an impact by scoring as a sub and going on to finish with six goals.
Oleg Salenko (pictured) and Hristo Stoichkov shared the overall mark, but Salenko scored five of his six goals in one game against Cameroon. As for Stoichkov, his six goals helped Bulgaria reached the semifinals.
Suker's six goals helped take Croatia to third place in the tournament.
Ronaldo had scored four goals in the previous tournament and added to that by notching eight as he led the Selecao to triumph in the South Korea/Japan World Cup.
Klose followed up his five goals in the '02 World Cup with five more in the 2006 World Cup.