Euro 2012: 10 Biggest Goals of Andriy Shevchenko's Career

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Euro 2012: 10 Biggest Goals of Andriy Shevchenko's Career

Andriy Shevchenko first announced himself for Italian giants AC Milan and to the world on 3rd October, 1999 on match day five in the 1999/2000 season of the Serie A. Milan were away at Lazio, who had raced away to an early 3-1 lead by the 38th minute. Little did the world bank on one man turning it around so quickly and in such style.

Andriy Shevchenko scored a hat-trick in the space of 25 minutes between the 43rd and the 68th minute to turn the game on its head. Shevchenko brought Milan to what was a winning position at 4-3, but couldn't prevent it ending at 4-4. The spoils might have been shared but the man for whom Milan shelled out a then record $25 million had come of age.

Still only 23 when he moved to AC Milan, Shevchenko had come from Dynamo Kyiv after having played and performed in the Ukranian Premier League. This sterling performance was a sign of things to come. Here are 10 of the biggest goals scored by Sheva, as he is also popularly known by sometimes.  

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