The Premier League is one of the most entertaining competitions in all of sport.
And although the loftiest echelon of football has taken residence in Spain over the last 10 years, there's no denying that a high standard has been maintained on English shores in tandem.
Pep Guardiola, in particular, has fostered the type of tiki-taka football that made him such a hit with Barcelona and has since kept thousands of fans on the edges of their seats in England.
Seldom has a week gone by over the last three seasons where Kevin De Bruyne isn't picking out insane passes from midfield, supplying a front-line that's practically liquid in its movement.
Premier League team goals
As a result, supporters have been treated to some incredible team goals over the years and we can all vouch for the satisfaction of seeing a fluid passing move find the back of the net.
And with the Premier League set to be absent from our television screens for another month at least, it's no wonder that fans have been trawling through the archives for memorable moments.
In the case of Twitter user @CitysEra, team goals have been the topic of conversation and they've compiled an 11-tweet thread highlighting some of the best that the Premier League has ever seen.
Twitter thread of the greatest
As you can imagine from their username, a couple of City examples kick off the list, but there's also some legendary examples from Arsenal sides both past and present.
There's even some United and Chelsea strikes that show Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Carlo Ancelotti can coach their seems to Guardiola-esque moves every now and again.
So, without further ado, sit back and relax to the sweet science of passing football at its very best by checking out the full thread down below:
So many Arsenal goals
Just. So. Beautiful.
Perhaps the most interesting point to make is that FIVE of the goals are from Arsenal, which goes to show that the Gunners continued to play stunning football even amidst their lowest points.
It's pretty safe to say that Arsene Wenger lost his touch during his final decade with the Gunners, but you can't accuse him of moving away from a philosophy that brought so many beautiful goals.
The Jack Wilshere goal against Norwich City will forever be the Premier League's greatest team goal for the pinball-like passes between Santi Cazorla, Olivier Giroud and the finisher.
A stunner from Chelsea
But for all of City's brilliance under Guardiola, we think the runner-up spot should be taken by Chelsea and their amazing mid-air move away to Bolton Wanderers.
From the moment Nicolas Anelka crosses from the left-hand side to the moment Didier Drogba strokes it into the bottom corner, via Frank Lampard's scorpion pass, the ball didn't touch the ground.
But regardless of which goal is your favourite, let it be known that there's beautiful football to be played in amongst the steel and battling of the Premier League.
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