Edin Dzeko's two goals in Bosnia and Herzegovina's 2-0 victory over Northern Ireland in the UEFA Nations League on Monday saw him reach two personal milestones.
The first goal saw Dzeko pass the 300 career goals mark for club and country, while the second strike put him among the top 10 European international goal scorers off all time with 55 for his national team.
The Roma striker overtook two players -- including England's all-time top scorer, Wayne Rooney -- to go joint seventh. That means Rooney will drop out of the top 10 the next time a new player enters it.
Belgium's Romelu Lukaku is the leading active goal scorer outside this list -- but still needs a further eight to break into the elite list.
Here is a look at the players who make up the top 10.