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Kiril Milanov (Bulgarian: Кирил Миланов; 17 September 1948 – 25 January 2011) was a Bulgarian football player who played as a forward.
|Date of birth||17 September 1948|
|Place of birth||Bulgaria|
|Date of death||25 January 2011(aged 62)|
|*Club domestic league appearances and goals|
He played in Marek Dupnitsa, Akademik Sofia and Levski Sofia. He also played for Bulgaria national football team, earning 21 caps and scored 4 goals. Kiril Milanov holds the record for most goals in European club football for a single game with 6 and a tie with 10. He set these records against Finnish Cup Winners Reipas Lahti in 1976–77 CWC season scoring 6 in Sofia and 4 in the away game.
- Holder of the Bulgarian Cup – 1976,1977 (with PFC Levski Sofia)
- Champion of Bulgaria – 1974,1977 (with PFC Levski Sofia)
- 1976–77 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup top scorer – 13 goals
- European Record for most individual goals in a game in all UEFA competitions – 6 goals
- European Record for most individual goals in a tie in all UEFA competitions – 10 goals
- UEFA Cup Winners' Cup All-time top scorers Ratio ranking – 1st place
- Most goals in a single season in UEFA Cup Winners' Cup All-time ranking – 2nd place
- UEFA Cup Winners' Cup All-time top scorers – 7th place (14 goals)
- 1974 FIFA World Cup – 12th place with Bulgaria
- 1973–76 Balkan Cup – 1st place with Bulgaria
- ^ 1974 FIFA World Cup: Bulgaria Squad Archived 2013-10-17 at the Wayback Machine FIFA. Retrieved 3 February 2010.