Head coach of Ukrainian football Andriy Shevchenko, ex-forward of Italian “Milan”, explained what victory considers to be most important, reports Football Italia.
42-year-old Shevchenko has admitted that the biggest victory in the “Milan” believes the triumph in the Champions League in the 2002-2003 season.
“My most beautiful victory? It’s the Champions League final against Juventus at old Trafford. We faced a very strong opponent, and even a special stadium. This is the most important match in my life.
I’ll never forget those 12-15 seconds, during which I was going to take a penalty. In front of me flew the whole life since I was a kid. You grow up with their dreams, and I knew going into the penalty area that I can now bring those dreams to life.
I told myself I need to be careful not to change your mind on the shot. I looked at the judge, then the ball, then to Buffon. Then he heard the whistle and I ran as wanted”, – said Shevchenko in an interview to DAZN.
We will remind, now Shevchenko Ukraine national team prepares for the qualifying round of Euro 2020.
As previously wrote Znayu Shevchenko sang a song about himself.
The song, which was performed by Sheva on channel DAZN Italia, was popular among the fans of Milan in 2000-ies.
Love this from Sheva…
— SempreMilan (@SempreMilanCom) March 13, 2019
“He is not Brazilian, but how many goals he scores! Forget “Phenomenon”, – sang Shevchenko. By “Phenomenon” he means Ronaldo.
Shevchenko played for Milan from 1999 to 2006 years and from 2008 to 2009 years. Just for the Rossoneri Ukrainian has played 322 games in which he scored 175 goals and gave up 27 assists.
As previously reported Znayu “Juventus” has crushed “Atletico” with the score 3:0 and reached the quarterfinals of the Champions League thanks to a hat-trick of Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo.