It's been almost three years since Arsenal won their last piece of silverware but they're still famous around the world for the brand of football that they produce.
The Gunners' strong commitment to attacking football was at its most successful under legendary manager Arsène Wenger. The term "WengerBall" was coined to describe the cohesive, sometimes one-touch pass-and-move style that earned Arsenal many fans around the world, and indeed a string of silverware.
Despite Unai Emery's more conservative, defensive approach during his time in charge, the Gunners still scored a couple of memorable team goals under his tutelage. This is perhaps proof that The Arsenal way is a footballing style and brand that isn't going anywhere. Under new boss Mikel Arteta, there are definite signs of improvement.
🎵 Playing football the Arsenal way...— Arsenal (@Arsenal) April 4, 2020
Making the beautiful game look better than ever 😍 pic.twitter.com/OedGldJhmt
Which of these strikes is your favourite team goal scored by the Gunners?