Arsenal Goals of the Season – #10 Andrey Arshavin v Tottenham
Despite another barrenless campaign for Arsenal in terms of silverware, Arsene Wenger’s side have continued to entertain their domestic and international audiences by scoring some of the most sumptious goals seen this season.
From last-minute wonder strikes, to free-flowing passing moves, the Gunners have provided various breathtaking moments during what has been an exciting, unpredictable 2010/11 Barclays Premier League.
Gooner Talk have rounded up 10 of Arsenal’s Goals of the Season for your viewing pleasure. The goals were decided on the basis of technical ability and match importance. If you feel we’ve missed any out, don’t hesitate to get in contact with us.
#10 Andrey Arshavin v Tottenham (Carling Cup)
In what proved the final goal of the game, Andrey Arshavin’s bullet wrapped up another famous Arsenal win over their North London rivals in the Carling Cup.
The Gunners dominated the first half and took the lead when Jack Wilshere crossed for Henri Lansbury to slide in.
Spurs improved after the break and Robbie Keane, a half-time substitute, slotted in from 18 yards to level.
But Nasri scored when Sebastien Bassong tugged him back and again after Steven Caulker fouled Marouane Chamakh, with Arshavin firing in a superb fourth.