Individual goals often amaze and there’s no doubt that solo strikes and thunderbastards from distance capture the attention, but perhaps the team goal is the perfect embodiment of what football should be about.
Arsenal have played some of the finest football the Premier League has seen during its history, with the Gunners sides that arrived in the decade post-Invincibles often delighting and frustrating in equal measure.
Capable of spellbinding patterns of play when everything clicked into gear, but possessing a soft underbelly that perhaps prevented further silverware success arriving in north London.
One of the greatest goals scored by that vintage was this effort by Jack Wilshere against Norwich, a goal that resembled a work of art as Arsenal cut apart the Canaries with scintillating and incisive one-touch football.
Fittingly named as the Goal of the Season and arguably the best team goal in Premier League history, this is Jack Wilshere finishing an iconic Arsenal goal against Norwich.