Here's the Arsenal goal that has the football world buzzing

Arsenal's Jack Wilshere reacts after failing to score against Norwich City, during their English Premier League soccer match, at the Emirates Stadium, in London, Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013. (AP Photo/Bogdan Maran) *** Local Caption ***  Britain Soccer Premier League.JPEG-06d15.jpg

Arsenal beat Norwich City 4-1 on Saturday, but frankly could have lost 4-1 and still earned accolades for the wonder goal they produced on their first strike.

Jack Wilshere was the prime culprit for the score, which came as a result of returning a pass to Santi Cazorla, who passed back to Olivier Giroud, who tapped along to Wilshere, who tapped back along to Giroud who once more tapped back to Wilshere, who finally shot it and hit net.

Tiki-taka is the widespread term being used to describe the goal, and it certainly fits. "One of the best goals of all time," is another popular term and, well, it's hard to argue with that one either.

Giroud, understandably, was pleased with his part in the play. With 19 points and a place atop the Premier League table, it seems everything is coming up Arsene Wenger and Arsenal these days.

— Olivier Giroud (@_OlivierGiroud_) <a href="">October 19, 2013</a>