West Ham United haven't always enjoyed the greatest of success when they've visited Old Trafford over the last decade, in fact they've only won 2 out of their last 23 visits to the "Theatre of Dreams." However, we've rolled back the years and found the greatest goals against Manchester United away from home. So sit back and enjoy these absolute beauties...
Dean Ashton - "That is right out of the top draw!"
Dean Ashton was filled with enormous amounts of untapped potential, unfortunately however, he never truly developed both in his own career and at West Ham. He was plagued by numerous injuries to his ankle which first developed during an England training session; it forced Ashton to retire at only 26 years old. We'll never really know how great Ashton could have become, but if it was anything to go by with this overhead kick in 2008, then the sky truly was the limit.
Paulo Di Canio - "Let's all do the Barthez"
You can't make a West Ham United goal scoring list that doesn't include the Italian magician. Perhaps one of the greatest names to ever put on a claret and blue shirt, scored one of the most memorable goals in FA Cup history, that gave birth to a chant that still lives on to this day. No matter what you make of the man himself, he always had a flair for the dramatic.
Dimitri Payet - "I just don't think you understand..."
Perhaps the best finish of bunch goes to Dimitri Payet, to score past David De Gea from 30+ yards takes something remarkable, and remarkable it was. Whether or not Payet should have been on the field to take the free kick or Martial's equaliser should of counted, you can't deny the sheer brilliance of this finish from the Frenchman. Payet scored some sublime free kicks last year, but this might have been the best of the lot.
Carlos Tevez - "The great escape"
It turned out to be one of the most defining goals in our clubs history, this deft little finish from our little Argentine, Carlos Tevez. West Ham were almost dead and buried heading into the second half of the 2007 season and relegation was imminent. Step forward number 32, who single-handedly dug West Ham from the depths of despair and scored this superb solo effort on the final day of the season, to lead us to safety and to thrust his career into the limelight.
If that doesn't get you in the mood for tomorrow then I don't know what will! Do you agree with our selections? If you do let us know down below, we'd be interested to hear your view on who you thought scored the best goal or if there were any goals we missed out!