Other facts on the career statistics of former Brazil forward Pele, who has died at the age of 82:
* Became the youngest-ever player to win the World Cup trophy at 17, a record that still stands.
* Scored 757 goals in 812 official matches for club and country, a record that stood for decades until Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo eclipsed his tally.
* Brazil's football association (CBF) and Santos say Pele scored a total of 1,283 goals in 1,367 matches while FIFA puts the figure at 1,281 goals in 1,366 games. Other sources give varying figures depending on the types of games included.
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* Netted 77 goals in 92 official matches for Brazil - the country's all-time leading goal scorer, alongside Neymar, who netted his 77th goal in the 2022 World Cup.
* Scored 12 goals in World Cups.
* Registered six assists at Mexico 1970 - a record for one World Cup.
* Scored 92 hat-tricks across official and unofficial games.
* Scored 127 goals for Santos in 1959, thought to be the most goals scored by a club player in one calendar year.
* Finished as Santos' top scorer with 643 goals in 659 competitive matches.
* Won Brazil's Serie A six times with Santos (1961-1965 and 1968).
* Led Santos to two Copa Libertadores titles (1962 and 1963).