It's time to reveal the Gunners' Greatest 50 Goals - as voted for by Arsenal's fans.
A classic team goal to cap a classic team performance.
Our list will have more than its fair share of long-range strikes and flashes of individual brilliance. But if you were to pick a signature Arsenal goal, this might be it. It's not the most spectacular but nonetheless it showcases the pace, touch and movement which has been commonplace during Arsène Wenger's reign.
The night in question was October 23, 2007 and Slavia Prague were, effectively, lambs to the slaughter in the Champions League group stage. Arsenal were 4-0 up and in full flow when Theo Walcott scored the goal of the game.
The move started on the halfway line with Alex Hleb. He knocked the ball inside to Mathieu Flamini and made a forward run while Flamini played it first-time to Cesc Fabregas. The Spaniard's delightful flick took the ball into the path of Hleb and he looked up before playing a perfectly-weighted through-ball inside the full-back for Walcott to sprint onto.
The England winger's pace took him away from a defender and, as the Slavia keeper advanced, Walcott waited before nervelessly flicking the ball past him, against the far post and into the net.