Is This The Most Legendary AC Milan XI Ever?

Is This The Most Legendary AC Milan XI Ever?
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Here is the probable most legendary AC Milan XI of all time

Can you guess how many games did Paolo Maldini play in UEFA Champions League? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for some of the best players in the world, that is, their all-time performing stats.

This article will tell you about AC Milan’s most legendary XI of all time.

Most Legendary AC Milan XI

  • Andriy Shevchenko – Ukraine
  • Ricardo Kaka – Brazil
  • Hernan Crespo – Argentina
  • Gennaro Guttaso – Italy
  • Andrea Pirlo – Italy
  • Clarence Seedrof – Netherlands
  • Paolo Maldini – Italy
  • Alessandro Nesta – Italy
  • Jaap Stam – Netherlands
  • Cafu – Brazil
  • Dida (GK) – Brazil

This Milan team lost to Liverpool in 2004/05 UEFA Champions League final. The club has recorded seven titles to its name till now and comes on the list of most UCL titles won by any club.

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Paolo Maldini is arguably the greatest defender in football history. He has won most UCL titles (5) as a player, equaled to Cristiano Ronaldo who achieved the same milestone in 2017.

The rest we see are legendary icons like Kaka, Andrea Pirlo, Cafu etc. And this playing XI is indeed one of the most dominating teams in football history.

In a recent incident, La Liga president Javier Tebas accused the supporters of Super League for being more deceitful than Russia’s President Vladimir Putin.

“All the domestic leagues, we must be dumb. All of us unanimously, we all say that (Super League) hurts the domestic leagues.

But now these three are saying ‘no, no, no, don’t worry’. For me it’s an insult. They do huge harm.”

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Tebas also alleged that there had been a meeting between the Spanish giants and Juventus recently at Agnelli’s house.

“What they’re saying, especially the Real Madrid president, is that they failed a first attempt. They have seen it was difficult to get English clubs to take part,” added Tebas.

“They are trying to design a model where English clubs are not present, there will be the other four (major European) leagues.”