4. Samuel Eto'o
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE DEBUT: 1998
TEAM(S): Mallorca, Barcelona, Inter Milan
No goal scorer has been better on the biggest stage than the former Barca and current Inter hitman from Cameroon. Eto'o opened Barcelona's account in the 2006 final against Arsenal, scoring a second-half equalizer from a tight angle on the near post. Then, in the 2009 final against Manchester United, Eto'o broke the early deadlock -- and Man U hearts -- by taking a pass from Andres Iniesta on the wing, cutting inside, and toe-poking past Edwin van der Sar in the 10th minute. The next year, Eto'o's new team, Inter Milan, lifted the trophy over Bayern Munich, giving Eto'o back-to-back CL titles and three overall. There's been a lot made over his exit from the Camp Nou in 2009 for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but one thing's for certain: Along with the Black Mamba in L.A., The Lion of Africa is one of the deadliest predators in the world.