Trophy triumphs, unbeaten records, and spectacular summer signings are all memorable, but we all genuinely love to watch a manager on the sidelines give their goaltender the go-ahead to rush forward when a goal is needed in injury time.

However, the goal, whether scored with a long kick forward or an excellent diving header, always glues viewers to their seats.

Swipe to see each goalkeeper who has so far scored in the Premier League

- His Premier League goal was scored during his lone season at Aston Villa. - The majority of his goals were scored for Hvidovre in Denmark, and he also scored for Manchester United in the UEFA Cup

Peter Schmeichel

To ostensibly save a point for his Blackburn team against Charlton in 2004, the American scrambled in an equaliser. - However, Charlton had enough time to grab the victory, thanks to Claus Jensen.

Brad Friedel

- Back in 2007, the former England number one went seeking for his Spurs strikers from a free kick near the touchline but ended up scoring himself, earning Watford's Ben Foster a little sheepish grin.

Paul Robinson

Robinson had previously scored as well, scoring for Leeds in a League Cup match.

- After tricking Adam Bogdan of Bolton with a piledriver from his box, Howard was slightly embarrassed. - The ball made an incredibly high bounce, completely confusing his opponent.

Tim Howard

On that crucial day in 2012, though, David Ngog and Gary Cahill overcame the deficit to give the Wanderers a 2-1 victory.

- In this 2013 1-1 tie with Southampton, Begovic not only scored his first-ever professional goal, but he also set a record for the farthest goal ever scored, which was later surpassed by Tom King of Newport.

Asmir Begovic

- Alisson charged up for a crucial Trent Alexander-Arnold corner as Liverpool's Champions League dreams were hanging by a thread with their trip to West Brom tied at 1-1.

Alisson Becker

With all the force and accuracy of an experienced striker, the Brazilian nailed a header past Sam Johnstone and into the far corner.