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Kiril Milanov (Bulgarian: Кирил Миланов) (born September 17, 1948 in Sofia) is a retired Bulgarian football player. He played in Marek Dupnitsa between 1966 and 1971, Akademik Sofia between 1971 and 1973 and in Levski Sofia between 1973 and 1978. Kiril has 110 caps and 64 goals. He played for Bulgaria national football team and scored 21 caps and scored 4 goals. Holds the record for most goals in European club football for a single game with 6 and a tie 10. He accomplished both against Finnish Cup Winners Reipas Lahti in 1976 scoring 6 in Sofia and 4 in the away game.

Awards

  • Holder of the Bulgarian Cup 1976,1977 (with PFC Levski Sofia)
  • Champion of Bulgaria 1974,1977 (with PFC Levski Sofia)
  • Bulgaria's top scorer — 1973-1974 - 19 goals
  • 1976-1977 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup's top scorer - 13 goals
  • Record for most individual goals in a game in all European Cups - 6
  • Record for most individual goals in a tie in all European Cups - 10
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