Emmanuel Adebayor's incredible goal at Villarreal on Tuesday night reignited the debate over who has scored Arsenal's finest European goal.

We scoured the archives for some classic strikes and came up with our top 10. Needless to say, the fans did not necessarily agree!

Here's a selection of your comments and suggestions:

Ashley Handelaar
A lot of the goals have been chosen for their sentimentality. In terms of just generally good European goals, how about Tomas Rosicky's goal against Hamburg away in the group stages? From a long way out, he smashes it on his right foot and buries it in to the top left corner. I'm not sure if it was last season or the season before but it is one of the best Arsensl goals in recent years in my opinion. It was also his first Arsenal goal if I'm right.

Lee Graves
Hi I agree with every single one of those goals they were all great goals but the one I enjoyed most was Cesc Fabregas' against AC Milan, that was very special for me as he is my favourite player and I was there!, but they are all great goals!

George Cronin
I would have to agree with these but I cant help but think that the last ever European goal at Highbury should be in there when Toure put us through against Villarreal in 2006. Pires at Lazio? That could also be in there

Anthony Marzelli
I will personally never forget Sol Campbell's goal against Barcelona. Maybe not the most spectacular, but I have never run circles around my house like that with any of these. Colorado USA

Terry K
I think the one missing from the list which should probably be near the top of it is Bergkamp's lob v Bayer Leverkusen

John Coleman
Ten great goals but I think there should be room for Ian Wright's winner v Auxerre in the 1995 Cup-Winners Cup quarter final. Cracking goal!!

Great list, brings back a lot of memories. Would perhaps have added Rosicky's stunner against Hamburg.

Henry v Real Madrid to me was the original classic goal! Henry's pace was electric, his strength undoubted, his finish clinical... and against such opponents? Magnificent!

Simon Wesson
Surely Ljungberg v Juventus, when Bergkamp turned their defence inside out and then flicked a ball through and Ljungberg lobbed the keeper? Or Bergkamp twisting and turning at Highbury and lobbing the keeper, can't remember what game it was though.

Avel Papalapas
I think that Titi's curling goal (v Sparta Prague) that equalised Wright's record deserves to be in the list....Shall we see an even greater goal next week...?...ADE you are great...!!!

Luke Peterson
I agree with most of the goals in this list but how can Thierry Henry's first goal which led to the record breaking one against Sparta Prague be forgotten? Great pass, superb control and a sublime shot with the outside of his boot finding the only goal-scoring line possible.

How about Ian Wrights against Auxerre in 1995? Henry's slice in his final season in qualifying round of CL. Henry's v Bayern Munich when we went out in champions league?

Sam Barnes
Quality goals one and all...but surely there's a place for Henry's amazing standing curler with the outside of his boot!

William Wood
What about Ljungbergs against Juventus when Bergkamp held off challenges until Ljungberg made his trademark run - then clipped the ball over the Buffon. I consider that goal one of the best goals ever scored by Arsenal.

how about Henry's first goal against Sparta Prague, where he turned and curled the ball with the outside of his right foot? on the night he became Arsenal's all-time topscorer. Magical.

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9 Apr 2009