As is to be expected of five-time champions, Brazil have contributed greatly to the rich tapestry of the FIFA World Cup, including some of the most iconic goals in its history.
Iconic, of course, doesn't always mean best. Some goals have gone down in World Cup folklore for the moment that they captured, or the story behind the goal. There are many reasons.
From Pele in 1958, via Garrincha, Jairzinho, Eder and Carlos Alberto, through to Ronaldo in 2006, Brazil can claim ownership of many of those goals that have defined World Cup competition.
So let's take a look at the 15 most iconic goals scored by Brazil in FIFA World Cup action.