If you were to do up a list of the best Premier League goals from the 1990s, a few usual suspects would appear.
Eric Cantona would definitely make the list, as would Southampton club legend Matt Le Tissier.
But above all, ample space would have to be provided for at least two extraordinary goals by Tony Yeboah.
To this day, we still talk about the Leeds United cult hero's epic finishes against Wimbledon and Liverpool, with both strikes standing the test of time (watch below).
The man himself has definitely not forgotten them either and on this week's Team 33, we had the pleasure of interviewing the former Ghanaian striking sensation.
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To us its a hard choice, but when asked whether he preferred his Wimbledon goal or the one against Liverpool, Yeboah had a very clear answer.
He also told us that leaving Leeds after two and a half years (he fell out with then-manager George Graham) was far too early for his liking, while he also paid tribute to team-mates like Gary McAllister and Gary Speed.