Arsenal Reserves kick off their new season against Manchester United on Monday so here's their best goals of 2010/11 to get you in the mood for the new campaign.

The Gunners scored an impressive 41 goals in the Reserve League South last term.

Top of the scoring charts was Jay Emmanuel-Thomas, who netted ten times in just nine appearances including a wonderful hat-trick to down West Ham and a sublime strike against Everton at London Colney.

Chuks Aneke wasn’t far behind his team-mate with nine goals while Luke Freeman was also a regular name on the scoresheet with five goals after he returned from a loan spell at Yeovil. followed Neil Banfield’s boys throughout the season and have selected the second string’s top ten strikes. But which one was your favourite?

Was it Emmanuel-Thomas’ stunning solo effort against Everton? How about Freeman’s last-gasp blockbuster at Chelsea? Or was it Aneke’s goal against Blackburn towards the start of the campaign?

Click the PLAY button above to watch Arsenal Reserves’ best goals from 2010/11.

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15 Aug 2011