AC Milan, Dynamo Kyiv and Ukraine legend Andriy Shevchenko was one of the most prolific strikers of his generation, and the best player on the planet in 2004.
The Ukraine boss scored 250 goals in 513 club appearances across stints in Ukraine, Italy and England, as well as 48 goals for the national team in 111 caps.
🏆 Sheva's major career accolades
- 🇺🇦 Second-most capped Ukrainian footballer ever (111 appearances)
- 🎖 Six-time Ukrainian Footballer of the Year
- 🏆 Champions League winner with Milan in 2003
- ⚽️ 175 goals in 322 Milan appearances
- 🎯 Serie A Capocannoniere in 2000 & 2004
- 🥇 Ballon d'Or in 2004
Cuando era jugador, lo viste convertirse en leyenda del AC Milan, lo viste ganar el Balón de Oro y lo viste guiando a Ucrania a los cuartos de un Mundial. Ahora, ya en su faceta como DT, lo acabas de ver llevando a Ucrania a los cuartos de una Euro. Shevchenko es HISTORIA PURA. pic.twitter.com/1hJCxHEaj1— Invictos (@InvictosSomos) June 29, 2021
His spell in England with Chelsea didn't go according to plan, and that will only create more incentive for the 44-year-old to pull off a stunning upset against the Three Lions on Saturday.
In 2006, Andriy Shevchenko captained #UKR to their first ever World Cup quarter-final.— Squawka Football (@Squawka) June 29, 2021
In #EURO2020, Andriy Shevchenko has just managed Ukraine to their first ever European Championship quarter-final.
What a moment. 😍 pic.twitter.com/1EhPkYEucd
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