2. Didier Drogba, Montreal Impact

Drogba is on fire at the moment for Montreal Impact, scoring 16 goals in 19 games. He’s 38 and still proving to the world what he is made of.

After impressing in the top leagues in France with Marseille he went to Chelsea and became their 4th top scorer of all time with 100 goals.

He’s been voted African Footballer of the Year twice in 2006 and 2009 as well as contributing to Ivory Coast’s first ever World Cup in 2006.

3. Robbie Keane, LA Galaxy

Tottenham Hotspur are very silly for letting this talented forward go, who is currently the 13th highest scorer in English Premier League history.

He’s a Republic Of Ireland legend, having scored 67 goals whilst earning 143 caps. His time at LA Galaxy has seen him score 77 goals in 112 appearances. Will this guy ever stop scoring?