Arjen Robben has been instrumental in Bayern's title-winning triumph in the Bundesliga. And He has been just as important in their Champions' League campaign.
Last month, Robben successfully caught out Manchester United's goalkeeper Edwin Van Der Sar by volleying from a corner. Robben's Dutch international teammate nearly got a hand to the ball, but the shot was so perfectly placed in the left hand side of the net that it never looked possible to save it anyway.
That goal was an example of the wealth of experience Robben has. However, he won't score like one like that again. That's for sure.
Robben is very prolific in both cutting into the box to strike himself and making plays from anywhere on the flank, widening the choice of attack in Bayern's armoury to keep Inter guessing what will come next.
I imagine Robben is capable of switching play completely from one wing to the other where either Bastian Schweinsteiger or Hamit Altintop will be waiting as Franck Ribéry has been suspended.
Ribéry would've been included in this slide-show if he wasn't suspended after his foul on Olympique Lyonnais striker Lisandro Lopez in the second leg of the semi-final. Ribery would've been a major impact player for Bayern in the Final with the same qualities as Arjen Robben.