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Robin Van Persie: top three volleys

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Robin Van Persie shot on the Premier League scene in 2004 when Arsene Wenger brought him to Arsenal from Feyenoord - and he hasn't looked back.  

96 goals for the Gunners in the Premier League saw him become on of the most prolific strikers in the English league.  

And after eight long years in the capital, Van Persie moved to Manchester United in a hope of winning silverware. 

In his debut United season; he fired them to Premier League victory. Bit ironic that RVP wears the number 20 shirt and United won their 20 title. 

His hat-trick against Aston Villa in April made sure that the trophy would be in the red half of Manchester for at least another year. 

And it was the second goal that stands out from the rest - the volley.  

Van Persie seems to be the volley king, and has scored three top-class volleys since his arrival, two for Arsenal and one for United.  

Have a look at his three volleys and see which one you think is the best, don't forget to leave your comments! 

1) The volley against Villa was unstoppable 

2) His punishing volley against Everton at the Emirates stadium

3) A volley from out of nowhere at the Valley

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