Hernan CrespoChristian VieriGabriel BatistutaAllsport UK /Allsport / Via Getty Images
It was Batistuta!
Scorer of 168 goals for Fiorentina, stalwart of Football Italia in the '90s.
Gianfranco ZolaDan PetrescuDennis Wise
A diminutive creative player who played for Chelsea?
Not Zola this time but Romanian winger Dan Petrescu.
Nicky ButtLee SharpePaul Scholes
It's Nicky Butt.
A man who would later go on to be described by Pele as one of the best players of the 2002 World Cup. No, really.
Paul MersonLee DixonDavid Platt
It's your man Platt.
The recently resigned Manchester City coach can be enjoyed here, showing Sergio Aguero how to overhead kick properly. Still got it.
Tony YeboahLucas Radebe
It's big Tony Yeboah.
Scorer of one of the greatest goals the Premier League has ever seen.
Tim SherwoodAlan ShearerChris Sutton
Chris Sutton is the man behind the pixels here.
His 15 league goals as part of his "SAS" partnership with Shearer fired Blackburn to the league title in 1995.
Muzzy IzzetTony CoateeGarry Parker
Muzzy Izzet is your mystery man.
(Do you even remember what Gary Parker looks like?)
Robbie FowlerJason McAteerSteve McManamanJamie Redknapp
It's the man who calls 'Arry "Dad" live on Sky Sports.
Jamie Redknapp. Quite the player in his day. When he was fit.
Nigel MartynIan WalkerDavid SeamanNeville Southall
This time its Nigel Martyn.
Seaman's frequent England understudy and the first goalie to transfer for £1 million in British football. So now you know.
Frank de BoerRonald de Boer
It was Ronald!
The more attacking of the Dutch de Boer brothers, Ronald now serves as the assistant manager of the Ajax youth side while his brother coaches the main squad. Fun fact: his full name is "Ronaldus".
Forget his 2002 World Cup dive and watch this class overhead kick against Valencia instead.
Marcel DesaillyPatrick VieiraLilian Thuram
Marcel Desailly is your main man here.
He also managed to get himself sent off in the '98 final. Luckily for him it didn't cost France the title like Zidane did in '06.
Fabrizio RavanelliAlessandro Del PieroRoberto BaggioFilippo Inzaghi
It's the former Boy Wonder Del Piero
Racked up over 500 appearances for The Old Lady and over 200 goals. Iconic.
It's Fernando Hierro.
Winner of five La Liga titles and three Champions Leagues, Hierro was solid as a rock at the back for Los Blancos.
Rob LeeAlan ShearerPeter BeardsleyDavid Ginola
It's the incredibly handsome David Ginola
Seriously, this guy was really handsome.