Since the foundation of the Premier League back in 1992, there have been some incredible goals scored over the course of more than 25 seasons. In arguably the strongest soccer league in the world, the Premier League has offered some amazing goals, moves, and turns, which will surely be remembered long in the future.
- Dennis Bergkamp Goal Against Newcastle In 2002
Dennis Nicolaas Maria Bergkamp is a Dutch professional football coach and former player. Originally a wide midfielder Bergkamp was moved to main striker and then to second striker where he remained throughout his playing career.
Officially Dennis Bergkamp goal was declared as the best goal in the first 20 seasons of Premier league Bergkamp goal against Newcastle is a masterpiece which has not yet been repeated by anyone. A pirouette around Newcastle defender and a classy finish in the bottom right corner just shows how lucky we were to see Bergkamp play.
- Wayne Rooney Goal Against Manchester City In 2012
In his prime Rooney was one of the finest striker in English soccer and many thought he could come close to Shearer in terms of goalscoring records. However, he remained second, at least for now. One of his most memorable moments in England will also be his incredible bicycle kick goal against Manchester City which brought the Red Devils the victory in this match.
- Thierry Henry Goal Against Manchester United In 2001
Thierry Daniel Henry born 17 August 1977 is a French professional football coach and former player who is an assistant coach for the Belgium national team. Considered one of the greatest strikers of all time and one of the greatest players in the history of the Premier LeaguebHenry was runner up for the Ballon d’Or in 2003 and FIFA World Player of the Year in 2004.
Thierry Henry is certainly one of the most complete strikers in the history of soccer and his goal against Manchester United just proved that. In 2001 he left United goalkeeper Barthez simply wondering after he beautifully struck a volley in the back of the net. A real signature goal by the Frenchman.
- Matt Le Tissier Goals Against Newcastle In 1993
Matthew Paul Le Tissier born 14 October 1968 is a former professional footballer. Born in Guernsey he won eight caps for the England national team.
One of the most underrated players in the Premier League era Matt Le Tissier scored some beauties mostly in Southampton during his 16-year stint with the club. His finest moment came against Newcastle when he dribbled past two players with a lob and smoothly placed the ball in the bottom right corner.
- Paolo Di Canio Gaol Against Wimbledon In 1999
Paolo Di Canio born 9 July 1968is an Italian former professional footballer and manager. During his playing career he made over 500 league appearances and scored over one hundred goals as a forward. He primarily played as a deeplying forward but he could also play as an attacking midfielder or as a winger. A talented yet controversial player Di Canio was known for his technical skills as well as his temperamental character.