These Are The Top Five Premier League Goals Ever, According To Fans

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You already know what's coming, don't you? The gossamer touch, the smooth, uninterrupted flow of movement as Bergkamp fades left and, somehow, the ball flicks to the right; the two reuniting a millisecond later, but without the pesky interference of the centre back. The calm, slotted finish; the disbelief. The kind of goal that seems impossible to repeat... because it probably is.

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Yes, it's that Dennis Bergkamp goal against Newcastle from 2002, and it's been voted the greatest Premier League goal of all time, beating Tony Yeboah's screamer against Wimbledon; Wayne Rooney's incredible bicycle kick vs City; Thierry Henry's slaloming solo goals vs Spurs and Jack Wilshere's ridiculous team effort against Norwich.

Conducted by BBC Sport to celebrate the Premier League's birthday, more than 500,000 people cast their vote to determine their favourite-ever strike, which featured an alarming lack of Moussa Sissoko.

It was always going to be Bergkamp, wasn't it?

Here are the other candidates anyway.

2 | Tony Yeboah vs Wimbledon (1995)


3 | Wayne Rooney vs Manchester City (2011)


4 | Thierry Henry vs Tottenham (2002)


5 | Jack Wilshere vs Norwich (2013)