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Man City's top five goals at Arsenal

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Manchester City have scored some crackers during their trips to Arsenal over the years and here we compile the best of the lot.

We begin our countdown with a classic breakaway goal from David White, bursting through on goal from the halfway line and sliding the ball home.

Next up is Nicolas Anelka in 2002. The former Arsenal striker latched on to Ali Benarbia's deep cross to head past David Seaman.

Coming in third is Yaya Toure. The Ivorian midfielder found the top corner (with his weaker left foot) in a remarkable effort at the Emirates Stadium.

Taking second place is James Milner's 2012 effort. David Silva played a simple quick free-kick to Carlos Tevez and the Argentinian found Milner, who hooked the ball across goal emphatically.

Shaun Wright-Phillips' memorable rocket shot at the home of The Invincibles in January 2005 takes top spot in our list. Receiving the ball thirty yards from goal, Wright-Phillips crept forward before unleashing an unstoppable effort as City earned a draw at Highbury.