Mabkhout joins “Club 100+ international goals” 

Ali Mabkhout became 28th player in the world football history to reach 100 international goals. His milestone goal came in the World Cup qualifier for UAE vs Bahrain (2-0) on 21 November.
Mabkhout’s amount consists of 84 goals for the national team (NT) and 16 in the major international club competitions (ICC), all for the same club (Al Jazira). 
Mabkhout is the 3rd Asian player (after Ali Daei and Sunil Chhetri) and the 2nd Arab player (after Mohamed Salah) to enter the “Club 100+”.
Now we update the all-time ranking for international goal-scorers, led sovereign by Cristiano Ronaldo with 284 goals. 
Active players are highlighted in bold.
In the case of equal total goals, the player with more NT goals is placed higher.
Thomas Müller (98 goals) and Olivier Giroud (97) are closest among active players to become the next members of the “Club 100+”. 

1Cristiano Ronaldo 283Portugal 2002-155128
2Lionel Messi 243Argentina 2004-137106
3Robert Lewandowski184Poland2008-10282
5Gerd Müller137Germany1964-19816968
6Karim Benzema133France2005-9637
7Romelu Lukaku 130Belgium2009-4783
9Ali Daei122Iran1994-200713109
10Ferenc Puskás122Hungary, Spain1943-19663884
11Luis Suárez 121Uruguay2005-5368
12Edin Džeko121Bosnia and Herzegovina2003-5665
13Zlatan Ibrahimović 119Sweden1999-5762
14Didier Drogba115Ivory Coast2002-20165065
15Andriy Shevchenko115Ukraine1992-20126748
16Edinson Cavani114Uruguay2005-5658
17Sunil Chhetri113India2002-2093
19Harry Kane 111England2011-4962
20Mohamed Salah110Egypt2009-5555
21Thierry Henry110France1994-20125951
23Samuel Eto'O105Cameroon 1999-20194956
24Sergio Agüero  104Argentina 2003-20216341
25Pelé 103Brazil1957-19772677
26Miroslav Klose102Germany1999-20163171
27Ali Mabkhout100UAE2009-1684
28Eusébio100Portugal 1957-19785941