#6 Dino Ndlovu
The Klerksdorp-born striker made 11 appearances in the Champions League with Qarabag and scored four goals.
#5 Thulani Serero
He was the darling of South African football at the time, and he topped that performance with a 19th-minute goal from a Ricardo van Rhijn cross.
Overall, Serero made 11 appearances, scored once and grabbed two assists for Ajax in the competition.
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#4 Quinton Fortune
After a slow start to life in Manchester, Fortune's big break finally came and he went on to make 27 Champions League appearances under the tutelage of Sir Alex Ferguson.
The left-footed player found the back of the net twice in the competition whilst representing Man United.
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#3 Steven Pienaar
Following his move to Tottenham Hotspur during the 2010/11 season, Pienaar made it 31 Champions League matches under his belt with two appearances for the English side.
He scored twice in the competition, but his highlight was reaching the quarter-finals with Ajax in 2003.
"We went close when we got to the quarter-finals and we lost to AC Milan in the last minute. AC Milan actually went on to win the competition. As a player, you dream of winning the trophy with the big ears," Pienaar told Goal earlier this year.
#2 Lucas Radebe
Lucas Radebe is one of the most respected legends in England, and while he starred much more in the Uefa Cup for Leeds United, he played a role in helping the English outfit reach the semi-finals of 2000/01 Champions League season.
'Rhoo' featured eight times for Leeds that season before being ruled out of the competition through injury toward the knockout stages.
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#1 Benni McCarthy
Benni McCarthy remains the only South African to have won the Champions League.
Overall, McCarthy made 28 appearances in the competition and scored nine goals.