If there's anyone who knows what makes a great goal, it is Arsène Wenger.
The manager has seen us score 2,140 times during his 20 years in charge, including stunning strikes from Dennis Bergkamp at Newcastle, Thierry Henry against Manchester United and Andrey Arshavin on Merseyside.
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But what is it exactly that makes these goals stand out more than others?
"That huge desire should never weaken throughout the 90 minutes"
“For me personally, a great goal is the consequence of good team play first,” Wenger told the Arsenal Magazine. “Somebody finishes the work done by the whole team in a very positive way.
“Most of the time it takes quality in the accuracy of the finishing, and also you have to be penetrated by the feeling that you are the man who will score the goal. That huge desire should never weaken throughout the 90 minutes.
“That’s why sometimes you see players who are completely anonymous during the game but they are penetrated by the idea that at some stage they will score a goal.”