Edinson Cavani posted back-to-back seasons of 30 goals or more.
There were four games that distinguished El Matador's season: the 3-1 win over AC Milan, the 2-1 win over Manchester City, the 2-2 draw against Udinese and the 3-1 over Chelsea.
Cavani tore Alessandro Nesta to shreds, whilst Thiago Silva couldn't stop the Uruguayan from scoring a world-class hat trick.
He only touched the ball 38 times against City, as he received tight marking from Joleon Lescott and Vincent Kompany. Cavani's movement allowed him to get into space a few times and he scored twice.
The Udinese game typified Cavani time. 80 minutes into the game, he hadn't scored and he had missed from 12 yards out. All this whilst his team had a one-man advantage. Once the final whistle sounded, he had scored a brace.
It wasn't a surprise because during the 2010-11 season, he scored game-winning or equalising goals in the 86th minute, 87th minute, 88th minute, 92nd minute, 93rd minute and 97th minute.
In the 3-1 win over a Blues side that had given up on André Villas-Boas, Cavani and Ezequiel Lavezzi toyed with the future UEFA Champions League winners.
In hindsight, let's focus on what happened in the 80th minute, which was a pivotal moment in the Blues' Champions League journey.
Cavani dragged out David Luiz, offloaded possession to Marek HamŠík and he passed it back to the Uruguayan (Luiz had forgotten to mark him; surprise, surprise), who swung at air. The ball fell to Christian Maggio and his shot was cleared off the line by Ashley Cole. Now, the interesting anecdote is that the Englishman wouldn't have been on the field if José Bosingwa didn't pull his hamstring.
Cavani did have some low moments last season.
Inexplicably missing several penalties tainted his reputation as a ice-veined, big-moment player.
Sending his shot into Petr Čech's side-netting and then missing a glorious opportunity was an unfortunate conclusion to his Champions League season.