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Andriy Shevchenko made his name as a great finisher during his days at home club Dynamo Kyiv when his scored 8 goals in nine games for the Turkish side as a young player. He was quickly snatched up by European giants AC Milan after his brilliant performances for Dynamo Kyiv and went on to become club legend.
He also won the Champions League in 2003 when Milan beat rivals Juventus on penalties to claim his first Champions League winners medal. He also won the Ukrainian footballer of the year six times.
The Ukrainian scored 48 goals in 100 Champions League appearances with Dynamo Kyiv, AC Milan and Chelsea
Alfredo Di Stefano makes his way to number six on the list with 49 goals scored during his time at Real Madrid in 58 appearances for the Los Blancos he had a scoring ratio of 0.84 goals per game. He played for Real Madrid from 1955-1964. He was part of the team that won the first five European cups with Real Madrid and managed to score in all five finals establishing a name for himself as one of the best to ever play the game