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Spreading festive cheer on day four is FC Schalke 04's all-time leading marksman Klaus Fischer.
The Bundesliga’s second-highest goalscorer of all time behind Gerd Müller, former TSV 1860 Munich, Schalke, 1. FC Köln and VfL Bochum striker Fischer found the back of the net an incredible 268 times in 535 top-flight appearances. His 182 Bundesliga goals for Schalke remain a club record, yet it is his on-field acrobatics that the Kreuzstraßl native is most famous for. His stunning overhead effort whilst playing for West Germany in an international friendly against Switzerland in 1977 was voted Goal of the Century by German television viewers. He also stuck away another audacious bicycle-kick in the 1982 FIFA World Cup semi-finals against France - but there is more...
- Fischer scored at least one goal in 19 different years in the Bundesliga - a record.
- He won his final Goal of the Month award with a trademark overhead kick, aged 53.
- In 1991/92, he took to the dugout as Schalke coach on four occasions.