25. Andres Iniesta
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE DEBUT: 2002
As a substitute in the 2006 champions league final against Arsenal, Andres Iniesta's otherworldy playmaking skills helped ultimately turn the tide in Barcelona's favor. Then, in the 2009 semis, the balding little magician from Albacete broke Chelsea hearts in Stamford Bridge with an extra-time winner for the ages, cementing his place in champions league lore forever.