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Perhaps the greatest sportsman to ever come out of Turkey, former striker Hakan Sukur terrorised defences at both club and country level during the late 80s, the 90s and most of the 00s.
Though he also played for Inter Milan, Parma and even Blackburn Rovers, as well as two or three other Turkish clubs, his greatest successes undoubtedly came in the red and yellow of Galatasary.
Joining the side in 1992 originally, Sukur helped them to the Turkish League championship with 19 goals in his debut season, with 26 in all competitions.
He netted a total of 71 goals in his three seasons with Galatasary, before Torino came calling and he made the move to Italy.
However just half a season later he was back, having failed to settle and netting only once in Italy.
Being back on home soil obviously agreed with Sukur as the next season he scored an astonishing 48 goals in just 39 games, with 38 coming in 32 league matches to help claim the first of four successive Turkish League titles.
In 1999-2000 Sukur hit another 25 in all competitions, including 10 in Europe as Galatasary won the UEFA Cup, the first Turkish side ever to win a European competition.
Sukur then went back to Italy but returned to Galatasary in 2003 to play out the final five seasons of his career, scoring another 72 goals in the process and adding another two league titles and a Turkish Cup winners medal to his collection.
Sukur is the top scorer of all time in the Turkish league wit 249 goals, with 228 of them coming for Galatasary.