Real Madrid are gunning for yet more Champions League history on Saturday night.
The record 13-time winners can make it an unprecedented three in a row if they defeat Liverpool in Kiev.
Los Blancos are by far and away the most decorated team in the competition, and famously triumphed five times on the bounce in the 1950s.
Here, we check out our top five Whites European legends.
ALFREDO DI STEFANO
The late, great footballing legend is arguably Real’s best-ever player – though Cristiano Ronaldo now has an equal grip on that throne.
Di Stefano had everything as a footballer: pace, skill, technique and predatory instincts in front of goal. Those instincts saw him score 308 goals in 396 appearances.
Incredibly, the Argentine-born star who later went on to play for Spain, scored in five consecutive European Cup finals (six goals in total) – in which Madrid won every single one.
That run, from 1956 to 1960, is still unprecedented and will likely never be repeated.
Undisputed legend of football: Alfredo Di Stefano.
The Prince of Spain but King of Madrid, Raul is an idol for Madridistas and widely considered as one of the club’s most significant stars of all time.
And, rightly so. He made a record 741 appearances for the club, scoring 323 goals – which is only second to Ronaldo’s 450 goal haul.
The iconic captain came alive during Champions League competition, scoring in two of the three finals in which he won with the club.
He played a key role in the side that overcame Juventus in 1998, and two years later, secured a superb solo goal to put the gloss on another famous triumph over Valencia at the Stade de France.
Again, two years after that, Raul notched the opener at Hampden Park in a 2-1 win over Bayer Leverkusen, remembered predominantly for Zinedine Zidane’s wonder goal.
Raul rounds Santiago Canizares to score the third at the Stade de France.
Like Raul, the cultured centre-back, who was equally adept playing as a sweeper and in midfield, won three Champions League titles and captained the team to victory in 2002.
His inclusion in this top five would indeed complete a stunning five-a-side line-up, that would not need a goalkeeper given his ability to marshal things at the back.
Simply one of the most iconic and decorated players in Whites’ history, the fans’ favourite had a passing range and technical ability of which we have rarely seen in defenders before.
Whites legend: Fernando Hierro.
His goal in Glasgow will forever be remembered as one of the best in history, with that title win in 2002 being the icing on the cake of his Real Madrid career as a player.
In the dugout, he has usurped that and is of course bidding to make it a hat-trick of Champions League titles this weekend.
Zidane’s legendary status at the Bernabeu has been long since confirmed and is eternal, but a win on Saturday would further go to show that this trophy and the Frenchman go hand-in-hand.
Zidane wheels away after his famous goal.
As mentioned, a man who defies the game’s history books.
Having won three Champions League titles in the past four seasons with Real Madrid, Ronaldo is gunning for a fifth overall European crown in Kiev.
Indeed, a fourth trophy with Los Blancos would marry-up nicely to the title he won with Manchester United in 2008.
He has scored four goals in his four finals to date and no one would bet against him adding another one.
Cristiano Ronaldo lifts aloft the title in Milan in 2016.