It's time to reveal the Gunners' Greatest 50 Goals - as voted for by Arsenal's fans.

It's two in a row for Robert Pires as he follows his No 33 placing with another fine goal at No 32 in our poll.

This one sticks in the memory for its quality and its importance. Arsenal arrived at Anfield in October 2003 on the back of a minor wobble following four straight victories to start the season. One win in five raised questions about the Gunners' credentials and they started poorly at Liverpool, falling behind to a Harry Kewell strike.

But to win the League you need a bit of luck and plenty of quality and Arsenal had a decent measure of both to turn the game around. Sami Hyypia's own goal gave the visitors an undeserved equaliser but Pires' second-half strike was worthy of winning any game.

The Frenchman hadn't really got going that season and had drifted in and out of the game at Anfield but he collected Jeremie Aliadiere's short pass 25 yards out and motored in from the left before curling an exquisite shot into the top corner.

His celebration underlined how much it meant to Pires. He was back and Arsenal were back. Six months later they would be crowned champions and this was a big step in the right direction.

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