With much of the planet housebound, we thought it would be fun to come up with a list of the greatest Premier League goals — and we want you to choose your favourite!
There have been so many breathtaking efforts since the league’s inception in 1992 and we kick off our selection with these strikes.
So tell us the standout ones by voting at the bottom of the page!
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Erik Edman vs Liverpool – (16th April 2005)
If it is long-range strikes you like, then there are few better than this effort at Anfield from Tottenham’s Sweden left-back.
Matt Le Tissier vs Newcastle (Goal 1) – (24th October 1993)
An iconic solo goal from the Southampton skipper in what was a memorable personal game for brilliant the playmaker.
Michel Essien vs Arsenal – (10th December 2006)
With time running out at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea’s unbeaten home record in the Premier League under Jose Mourinho was under real threat – that is until Essien stepped up to smash one home from 25 yards.
Tony Yeboah vs Liverpool – (21st August 1995)
As Sky Sports co-commentator Trevor Francis says as soon as the Leeds striker’s thumping volley hits the back of the net – “That is the goal of the season!” But is it the best ever in Premier League history?
Jack Wilshere vs Norwich – (19th October 2013)
Another picture-perfect goal from Arsenal’s vast collection over the years, this one a real team effort involving intricate passes and wonderful vision – truly outrageous.
Steven Gerrard vs Middlesbrough – (30th April 2005)
The Liverpool captain scored a few memorable goals during his career, although it would be hard to find many better than this sweetly-struck piledriver.
Trevor Sinclair vs Derby – (26th December 2001)
The England winger has a back catalogue of spectacular strikes from over the years, however, this overhead kick for West Ham maybe the pick of the bunch.
C ristiano Ronaldo vs Portsmouth – (30th January 2008)
Everyone is doing it these days, but back in 2008, striking down on the ball for a free-kick to impact curl was a novel technique. All the same, this Ronaldo set-play still stands the test of time.
Dele Alli vs Crystal Palace – (23rd January 2016)
Impudent, outrageous, ingenious – call it what you want, but the Tottenham midfielder’s wonder strike at Selhurst Park will live long in the memory.
Dalian Atkinson vs Wimbledon – (3rd October 1992)
It is not only the mesmerising run by the Villa forward, but also the vision to then finish it all off with a glorious chip that makes this goal from the Premier League’s debut season one of its standout efforts.
Emmanuel Adebayor vs Tottenham – (15th September 2007)
I’m not sure Spurs fans will be voting for this one, but nonetheless, the Arsenal forward’s well-struck volley from outside the box is just beautiful to watch.
Papiss Cisse vs Chelsea – (2nd May 2012)
Most players would not even think of trying to score from where the Newcastle striker was on the pitch, but the Senegalese did, with spectacular results.
Wayne Rooney vs Newcastle – (24th April 2005)
When it comes to first-time volleys, there can be few better than this sweetly struck effort from the United frontman in his debut season at Old Trafford.
Muzzy Izzet vs Tottenham – (19th October 1998)
Having said that, how about this thumping, long-distance volley from the Leicester midfielder more than 20 years ago.
Emre Can vs Watford – (1st May 2017)
In a must-win game for Champions League-chasing Liverpool, the Germany midfielder came up trumps with this eye-catching overhead kick to secure a narrow victory for the visitors.
Matty Taylor vs Everton – (9th December 2006)
The Portsmouth midfielder’s looping, dipping volley from just outside the centre circle really does take some beating.
Dennis Bergkamp vs Newcastle – (2nd March 2002)
The touch, the strength, the finish. Arsenal’s Netherlands forward scored a never-to-be-forgotten solo effort that left the St. James’ Park crowd well and truly stunned. We’re still not quite sure how he pulled this one off.
This story originally appeared on Sky Sports and was reproduced with permission.
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