It was arguably the goal that set Arsenal on their way to a Premier League title challenge.
Jack Wilshere opened the scoring against Norwich in October with one of the finest team goals seen in English football.
It was so good, the Emirates gasped when the Gooners collectively saw the replay on the big screens.
And, whether you an Arsenal supporter or vaguely follow the Premier League, you will have seen this goal a number of times in recent months.
Now, Arsenal’s team goal versus Norwich has been given the Superhero mode GIF treatment and its certainly a new angle on a wonder Golazo!
Making his first start since his long term injury layoff, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain led Arsenal to victory over Crystal Palace.
Following a lovely dinked finish, the Ox bagged a second after producing a terrific flick.
The20 year old Englishman continued his run, receiving the ball back from Giroud and going on to fire past the Palace keeper.
Altogether a brilliant day for young Oxlade Chamberlain.
Luis Suarez was strangely conspicuous from the first half battering Liverpool handed out to Everton.
Besides a corner, headed home by Steven Gerrard for the opener – it was Daniel Sturridge who took all the plaudits in the opening 45.
Then, up stepped Luis Suarez to score a brilliant fourth for Liverpool with a run from the halfway line.
What. A. Season. Suarez. Is. Having!
If Premier League leaders Arsenal do go on to lose against Southampton, the opening goal could well be all over tomorrow’s headlines.
Southampton won a free-kick in the Arsenal half, for a foul Per Mertesacker could not believe…
Sure, Arsenal had started badly and there was much to be done for Jose Fonte to head home the opener but this looks like a very poor decision from referee Lee Mason.
Manchester United fans counting the hours down until Juan Mata’s debut against Cardiff this evening, may wish to see the GIF featured here a few times.
It features Mata and David De Gea, in a car with the Spanish pair enjoying the ride and going full throttle.
Appearances from Phil Jones and Jose Mourinho mean it is rather clever and will cause a few chuckles…
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Jack Wilshere played the full 90 minutes for Arsenal against Coventry on Friday night as the Gunners romped home to a 4-0 win.
The England midfielder appears to be coming into form at just the right time, scoring and assisting recently at Aston Villa, but also plugging the recent loss of Aaron Ramsey in the Arsenal midfield.
For the likes of Gedion Zelalem and Serge Gnabry, it must be a real boon to see Wilshere, who also came through the Arsenal ranks, become a mainstay in Arsene Wenger’s first team.
Gnabry’s lay-off should also be applauded, the Coventry midfield probably didn’t know what hit them.
GIF via Arsenal Reddit.
Video below of Jack Wilshere’s best first touches.
Bryan Oviedo’s injury and an easy win for the Toffees dominated the stories surrounding Everton’s 4-0 win over Stevenage.
Stevenage may be bottom of League One, but they did test Everton during the FA Cup 4th round tie and could well have given the home fans something to cheer about.
One of Stevenage’s best chances came from an ingenious free-kick routine which took the Everton wall out the equation and left keeper Joel Robles needing to make the save.
With Everton just 1-0 up at the time, had this gone in… who knows!
Real Madrid went top of the table on Saturday afternoon, thanks to a 2-0 win over Granada.
Los Blancos have still not conceded in 2014 and Cristiano Ronaldo continues to bang in the goals for Real Madrid.
Ronaldo broke the deadlock on 56 minutes, from a Luka Modric assist and has now claimed three goals in his past four games.
It could well have been more, had a glorious effort in the first half gone in…
The opportunity came at the end of the first half, Modric centred from the right and Ronaldo connected with a brilliant bicycle kick.
Had it gone in, we would have been talking about one of the all-time great acrobatic goals.
As it is, Granada keeper Roberto pulled off a rather impressive stop!
After arriving at Carrington on a helicopter, to be met by Manchester United boss David Moyes, Juan Mata made his way around.
And, one of the first people he met was fellow Spaniard, David De Gea.
Presumably, De Gea is delighted that Mata has arrived at Old Trafford and you imagine the pair could be good mates going forward.
Via Manchester United’s in-house channel, MUTV, the GIF above emerged and shows the embrace between Mata and De Gea.
Two world class Spaniards to entertain Old Trafford for years to come…
Below is the first picture of Juan Mata in a Manchester United shirt.