#4 Jamie Moreno - 133 goals
Former Bolivian international striker, Jaime Moreno has travelled the world plying his trade, playing the game he loves during his 20-year career. Currently a coach for DC United, Moreno was a brilliant goal poacher and sits fourth on the MLS all-time goalscorer list.
He began his career in Bolivia playing for Club Blooming in 1991, after which he moved to Colombia to continue his career. However, his say in Bogota with Independiente Santa Fe was short-lived, as a move to the Premier League transpired with Middlesbrough signing the striker in 1994.
Having made 75 appearances for his national team, scoring just 9 goals, the striker left Boro at the end of the '95 season to join DC United, where he would send his next six years. Notching a stunning 69 goals in 130 appearances, Moreno established himself as a top player in the MLS.
A short exit from DC United during the 97-98 season on loan to Boro and a similar move to MetroStars in 2002-03, saw the improving Moreno eager to challenge himself in different setups. However, failing to impress in his short stints away, the Bolivian re-joined DC United in 2004 and saw out the rest of his career at the club till 2010, ending with a staggering goal tally of 133 goals.Published 13 Nov 2017, 21:18 IST