Andriy Shevchenko remembered how brought victory to AC Milan in the Champions League.

The former Milan striker, now coach of the national team of Ukraine Andriy Shevchenko called the victory in the Champions League in 2003 and the decisive penalty in that match as the main event in his playing career.

“Night of the Champions League final against Juventus is my most beautiful memory of my career. It was my first final and the most important match in my life.

I will never forget those 12 seconds when going from midfield in order to break the decisive penalty Buffon. In the 12 seconds before my eyes flashed all his life from the moment you were dreaming about such in childhood, and until then when it comes true.

Coming to the point, I already knew how I’m going to take the penalty, and I’m glad that changed his mind at the last second”, — quotes the Ukrainian Calcio e Finanza, with reference to DAZN.

According to the materials:

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