IFFHS all-time ranking for club goal-scorers

As we have already reported, Luis Suárez had scored few days ago his 500th goal in the top-level club career. Last night he added another one (for Inter Miami vs Montreal) and is now at 502.  
In connection with his milestone, we publish an updated ranking for the best club scorers of all time.
Cristiano Ronaldo leads it with 763 goals.
Several players (Alf Quill, Reg Date, Erwin Helmchen) are mentioned but not classified due to their overwhelming number of goals scored in regional leagues of modest strength.
Quite annoying, Zlatan Ibrahimović retired last year with 499 top-level club goals, thus missing just one to enter this “Club 500+”.

1Cristiano Ronaldo 763Portugal 2002-545 44101586
 Alf Quill 741Australia1927-1949 5959452  
 Erwin Helmchen 729Germany1923-19512369016   
2Lionel Messi 727Argentina 2004-507 561513910
4Josef Bican690Austria, BM, CS1931-1955515 75621523
5Pelé 679Brazil1957-1977138466 4926 
6Ferenc Puskás641Hungary, Spain1943-1966516 69 3818
7Jimmy Jones 630Northern Ireland  1947-1964327340246212
8Joe Bambrick605Northern Ireland  1926-1943347 40213 5
9Abe Lenstra591Netherlands1936-196328928418   
 Reg Date575Australia1938-1954 4467752  
10Gerd Müller566Germany1964-1981405 781469 
11Glenn Ferguson563Northern Ireland  1987-2011313 5618563
12Robert Lewandowski545Poland2008-384 4512104 
13Fernando Peyroteo539Portugal1937-1949332132702 3
14Jimmy McGrory538Scotland1923-1937407 7754  
15Eusébio537Portugal 1960-19783493297 59 
16Uwe Seeler509Germany1954-1978180267241721 
17Alfredo Di Stéfano508Argentina, Spain1945-1966378 54 5026
18Luis Suárez 502Uruguay2005-392740855 

NL = national leagues (top divisions), 
OL = other relevant leagues (top divisions of regional leagues, war-time leagues etc.),
NC = national cups,
OC = other relevant domestic competitions,
MI = major international club competitions,
OI = other relevant international club competitions.