Dadá Maravilha

There's no such thing as an ugly goal said Dario José dos Santos, known as  Dadá Maravilha. 
When Brazil's first national championship (Primeiro Campeonato Nacional de Clubes) was played in 1971, Dadá  was top scorer , netting 17 times for Clube Atlético Mineiro (coached by Telê Santana), including the winner in the play off final vs Botafogo.
The President of Brazil, Emílio Garrastazu Médici had instructed Zagallo to take Dadá to the 1970 World Cup, but he was never a regular and made only 6 international appearances. He is however, the 4th all time highest scorer in Brazilian football,behind Pele,Friedenreich and Romario.