10. Raymond Braine.
Raymond Braine was born in the city of Antwerp in Belgium, in 1907. His usual position was striker and was the first ever professional Belgian footballer after he moved to Sparta Prague. He started his career with Beerschot and scored some sensational 141 goals in 142 apps. After his move to Sparta Prague, he was already being considered as one of the most lethal players in the Footballing circuit and he went onto score goals of an incredible figure of 120 in just 106 appearances. He again returned to his boyhood club, Beerschot in 1936 and spent some nice 7 years there and scored 69 goals in 113 appearances. He ended his career with La Forestoise. For his national side Belgium, Raymond Braine scored 26 goals which makes him the 5th highest goal scorer for Belgian ever. Raymond Braine died in 1978.