Ex-striker of Kiev “Dynamo”, “Milan” and “Chelsea” Andrey Shevchenko was nominated the best players in the history of the Champions League by the ratio of goals and appearances, compiled by the authoritative portal GiveMeSport.
The current coach of the national team of Ukraine took in this list of the 12-th place – a hundred of the match, Shevchenko scored 48 goals.
As it is easy to calculate its efficiency ratio is 0.48 goals per game.
If Shevchenko saved his best form with Milan scoring 9 goals in the seasons 2000/01 and 2005/06 bit longer, then place in the top 10 would be guaranteed.
Note that the same coefficient of efficiency have two strikers – Didier Drogba and Roy Makaay, but they managed to concede less Andrew, respectively 44 and 29.
And topped the rating of acting captain of “Barcelona” Lionel Messi, who has sky-high coefficient of efficiency is 0.81 (141 match, 114 goals). We add that the debut of Leo in the Champions League took place over 15 years ago in the match against Shakhtar.
Cristiano Ronaldo, who played in the Champions League over the “Manchester United”, “real” and “Juventus” is only in third place (169 matches, 128 goals, 0,76).
And the space between them was taken forward Ruud van Nistelrooy, his best years spent, playing for “Manchester United” and “real”. Just Van Gol, as it is called Dutchman scored 56 goals in 73 matches, and only stopped short with a ratio of up to Leo to 0.77.
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