Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Sadio Mane, Granit Xhaka - Twitter's top 10 Premier League goals
By Adam Smith
Last Updated: 05/10/16 2:57pm
Which Premier League goal has sparked the biggest Twitter frenzy this season?
Almost 200 top-flight goals have been scored already this term but the social networking site has drawn up a list of the top 10 most talked-about strikes.
Check out the goals that have created the highest number of Twitter conversations so far and hit the videos to re-live them all.
10) Cristhian Stuani (Sunderland 1-2 MIDDLESBROUGH)
Having carried the ball into Sunderland's half, Stuani used an overlapping decoy to fire through two defenders and find the top corner of Vito Mannone's goal from 25 yards.
9) Jamie Vardy (LEICESTER CITY 2-1 Swansea City)
Vardy's goal against Swansea epitomised Leicester's counter-attacking style. After regaining possession deep in their own half, the Foxes scored after just four touches, with Danny Drinkwater pumping a long through ball for Vardy to finish.
8) Sam Vokes (BURNLEY 2-0 Liverpool)
Vokes received the ball on the edge of the penalty area with his back to goal, turning with two deft touches before picking out the corner beyond Simon Mignolet.
7) Demarai Gray (Manchester United 4-1 LEICESTER)
Gray's sumptuous right-footed strike dipped over David de Gea's fingertips to score a consolation goal and produce a single magical moment from an abject Foxes performance.
6) Sadio Mane (Arsenal 3-4 LIVERPOOL)
In a blockbuster season-opening fixture which lived up to its billing, Mane scored Liverpool's fourth after he outran Arsenal's Calum Chambers, cut inside and picked out the top corner with a left-foot shot.
5) Laurent Koscielny (ARSENAL 2-1 Southampton)
Gunners centre-back Koscielny displayed striker-like agility when his spectacular scissor kick equalised at the Emirates before Santi Cazorla's last-minute penalty ensured an Arsenal victory.
4) Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Bournemouth 1-3 MANCHESTER UNITED)
Ibrahimovic marked his Manchester United league debut with a 64th-minute wonder goal to maintain his record of scoring on his first appearance in the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Ligue 1 and Champions League.
3) Jordan Henderson (Chelsea 1-2 LIVERPOOL)
Henderson's 30-yard match-winning bullet past Thibaut Courtois put the game beyond Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
2) Philippe Coutinho (Arsenal 3-4 LIVERPOOL)
The second goal from this fixture to make the top 10, Coutinho curled a free-kick from 30 yards to cancel out Theo Walcott's strike before half-time, sparking 25,000 tweets a minute.
1) Granit Xhaka (Hull 1-4 ARSENAL)
Xhaka's first shot on target for Arsenal was a left-footed rocket into the top left corner to end Hull's run of impressive form, creating more Twitter conversations that any other Premier League goal this season.
The Swiss midfielder scored an almost identical strike from his second strike on target for Arsenal three days later against Nottingham Forest in the EFL Cup.