CHAMPIONS LEAGUE DEBUT: 1994
TEAM(S): Dynamo Kyiv, AC Milan, Chelsea
Cover your eyes, Chelsea fans. There was a time when Andriy Shevchenko was considered one of the top two or three strikers on planet earth. Of course his career, for all intents and purposes, ended abruptly after famously donning London's most recognizable blue shirt, but his 48 Champions League goals and one Winners Medal say Sheva was a true beast of the box and a CL legend of the highest realm with Dynamo Kyiv and AC Milan. Maybe most known for—besides his fall from grace in London—missing his penalty chance against Liverpool in Istanbul, Sheva was still one of the best. Honest, Chelsea fans.