Paolo Wanchope made his name as a footballer for his especially unpredictable nature, with his teammates, let alone himself, often having difficulty anticipating exactly what he would do next.
At the opposite end of the spectrum comes Arjen Robben – entirely predictable in that he will pick the ball up on the right touchline, cut inside and attempt to bend a shot into the far corner from 25 yards.
Manchester United will not have fond memories of the Dutch winger scoring with his left foot from the right corner of the penalty box in 2010, with his goal 16 minutes from time enough to see FC Bayern Munchen through to the semi finals on away goals.
Four years on and Robben is still producing the same party trick and it is arguably even more successful now that it was then.
Robben already has 13 goals to his name this season and he looks the best candidate on offer to take advantage of bwin.com’s double-treble money offer for FC Bayern’s Champions League second leg with Man Utd.
The big problem with FC Bayern is attempting to work out who Pep Guardiola will start in the lone striker role.
Thomas Muller was given the nod in the first leg, but having been largely ineffective for 63 minutes, he was replaced by regular striker Mario Mandzukic and within three minutes the Croatian had set up Bastien Schweinsteiger for the equaliser.
However, given the Mandzukic started in the latest Bundesliga defeat to Augsburg when the majority of the first team, including Muller, were rested, it is hard to predict which way Guardiola will tilt here.
There is no such selection dilemma in the wide forward areas, with Robben and partner in crime Franck Ribery definite starters.
Robben poses the more direct goal threat of the pair with his frequent shooting and at 9/2, he is an enticing betting proposition to open the scoring.
And should he do this and then go on to net again, punters will be paid out at 9/1, based on the terms of the double-triple money offer.
The 30-year-old is certainly due a goal, with is current seven-game barren streak his longest of the campaign thus far.
Furthermore, he is the man for the big game in the Champions League, with goals in both legs of the semi final last season before producing the winner in the final.
It is 11/10 that Robben simply scores in the 90 minutes against Man Utd and 9/2 that he is the final name on the scoresheet.