Andriy Shevchenko joined AC Milan in 1999, after winning the Ukrainian Premier League five consecutive times with Dinamo Kyiv.
He is Milan’s second highest goalscorer of all time, having found the back of the net 175 times in his 322 matches for the club across two spells.
ON THIS DAY: In 2003, Andriy Shevchenko scored the winning penalty as AC Milan beat Juventus in the Champions League final at Old Trafford. pic.twitter.com/udfR56yizc
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The Ukrainian scored the deciding penalty in 2003 Champions League final against Juventus to win the sixth European crown for AC Milan.
He won the Serie A for his first and only time in the following season.