It's not about who finishes most, it's about who had the brains to have the best movement or to hit the ball with whatever part of their foot necessary to score. Someone who's been missed by lot I think was a Brazilian forward called Romario. He scored great goal from about 30 yards out in the 1994 World Cup in the USA cos he had the brains to just try and hit it straight without any spin on ball by hitting it with his toecaps. Another great player for hitting ball with any Part of foot necessary to score was Ruud Van Nistillroy. Kevin Keegan was a clever striker too cos he used TO jump up in the Air slightly if necessary to hit the top of the ball to make the ball spin downwards toward goal. Few players I've seen have the brains to do that. And for movement Henry was very clever. But because of his disgusting scooping the ball back in with his hand Like pass with hand for France to score against Republic of Ireland to qualify for world cup instead of Republic of Ireland he doesn't deserve the respect for it I don't think. Cheating when TO THAT extent or too often means in my book even great strikers don't then deserve the respect for it.