Arsenal returned to the top of the Premier League yesterday with a 4-1 win against Norwich, with two goals from Mesut Ozil and a goal each for Jack Wilshere and Aaron Ramsey.
Wilshere opened the scoring with a brilliant team goal. Cazorla fed the ball into the England international, who then played a lightning fast one-two with Olivier Giroud, before slotting the ball in the bottom left-hand corner.
After the game, Wenger had nothing but praise for the sublime opener.
"It was certainly one of the best and one I enjoyed the most, It was the combination and speed I like to play," the Frenchman told reporters. "It was a mix of technical quality, speedy thinking and quick reaction. It was a great goal."
Giroud then assisted Ozil for the second goal with a decent header, before Jonny Howson put Norwich back into the game at 2-1. However, instead of re-energising Norwich, the goal from Howson only inspired Arsenal to come back stronger.
Second-half substitute Aaron Ramsey weaved his way through a number of desperate challenges from the Norwich defence, and slotted it home with aplomb to make it 3-1.
Ramsey, who is enjoying a terrific start to the new season, then used Rosicky's cross to find Ozil who placed it in the back of the Norwich net for the 4th time in the afternoon to claim all three points.
Arsenal only seem to be getting better and better, and showed what they are capable of with the quick passing and movement on display in Wilshere's opening goal.
To be classed as the goal that Arsene Wenger enjoyed the most pays dividends to how spectacular it was, especially when one thinks of the goals scored during Arsene's reign.
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