Where Are They Now? Andriy Shevchenko 

Born in Ukraine in 1976, Andriy Shevchenko started his professional career with Dynamo Kyiv in 1994. He played there for 5 seasons, scoring 60 goals, including an impressive hat trick against Barcelona in the Champions League. After catching the eye of Adriano Galliani and his team of eagle-eyed scouts, he signed for Milan in 1999.

"Sheva" became an instant hit with the Rossoneri, scoring 24 goals in his first season to win the Capocannoniere title for 1999/2000. Shevchenko had a legendary first spell with Milan, scoring a total of 176 goals in 326 appearances. Along with strike partner Pippo Inzaghi, who became a Rossonero in 2001, he wreaked havoc across defences in Italy and Europe. He played a star role in Milan's 2003 CL win, scoring a vital goal against Inter in semifinal and the winning penalty against Juve in the final. Sheva went on to win the Scudetto with Milan in 2004, scoring 24 goals and again winning the Capocannoniere title. He capped off 2004 by winning the Ballon d'Or, becoming only the third Ukranian to win the prestigious award. Sheva ended his time at Milan as the second highest scorer in the club's history and the all-time top scorer in Derby della Madonnina, netting 14 times against Inter.

In 2006, Andriy Shevchenko moved to Chelsea, where he had an underwhelming spell. He came back to Milan on loan in 2008/2009, but was less successful than his first stint at the club. The former Ukraine international eventually returned to Dynamo Kyiv in 2009, where he played until retiring in 2012. Since 2016, he has been manager of the Ukrainian national team and has just guided Ukraine to Euro 2020 qualification.