Honourable mentions for Zlatan Ibrahimovic who scored a great late header to win us the EFL Cup in February. Also to Jesse Lingard for the first of two goals against Arsenal, courtesy of a lovely assist from Anthony Martial.

But the winner is Antonio Valencia for his thunderbolt strike against Everton.

What makes a great goal differs from person to person. Some people love a great Spain or Barcelona style goal, where every player on the pitch touches the ball and they have possession for a few minutes leading up to it, before a less than spectacular finish ends the move off.

Other people like a lovely placed finish from distance that curls in to the top corner, while others have huge appreciation for a fast, counter-attacking goal, and so on.

My favourite goals are when the player absolutely leathers it. The ball falls to him and he just puts his laces through it, smashing it in to the back of the net. I could watch goals like that all day long.

Back in September, United beat Everton 4-0 at Old Trafford, with Valencia scoring with just four minutes on the clock. Nemanja Matic played a ball across the box, it bounced once, before Valencia caught it on the half volley. BANG!

Now, enjoy Tony V’s goal from all angles.