That karate kick volley against Charlton.
The over-the-shoulder volley against Villa which sealed the title for United.
And, of course, that wondrous header against Spain during the last World Cup.
Robin van Persie has scored some truly outstanding, memorable goals.
And the Dutch striker found the net in style once again to score his first goal for Feyenoord since returning to his boyhood club in January.
The 34-year-old rejoined the Eredivisie champions from Fenerbahce last month, 14 years after leaving Rotterdam for Arsenal.
He’d made a couple of substitute appearances for Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s team in recent weeks but hadn’t managed to find the net. But that all changed on Thursday evening as Feyenoord beat Groningen 3-0.
The home side led by two goals before Van Persie replaced Jens Toornstra in the 78th minute. The striker made his way onto the pitch and immediately picked up the ball, played a one-two with Steven Berghuis and expertly beat a defender before firing into the far corner.
He’s definitely still got it!!