10. Edinson Cavani – Paris Saint-Germain, URU
At 10th number in the list is Cavani who had a dreadful first half of the season, but his post-break fallout with Laurent Blanc spurred the Uruguayan as he notched an remarkable 18 goals in his final 23 games. He had a best way for big moments as well, nabbing the equalizer in PSG’s Champions League home leg against Chelsea before striking in the both domestic cup finals to help his team a historic French treble. No doubt he is one of the best striker and football player in the world.