What an incredible 28 seasons it's been in the Premier League.
From Manchester United hoovering up 13 titles, Leicester City defying 5,000-1 odds and Arsenal going 49 games without defeat, there have been some unforgettable moments over the years.
But HITC Sport, helmed by 'The Irish Guy', have taken a unique approach to perusing the Premier League's most iconic moments on YouTube.
They've decided to select the most famous moment that happened in each minute of a game and their opening video has explored the first half in particular.
And while some truly memorable goals and incidents slot in nicely, the nature of the format also means a handful of stranger - even Paul McShane-related - episodes have made the cut.
- Liverpool's 12 'Kloppage time' winners and equalisers
- GW11: The Premier League table without VAR
- The 11 worst injuries in Premier League history
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So, without further ado, check out the full video down below and then an exhaustive breakdown of the list from the first minute to the 45th.
1st minute: Asmir Begovic's goal vs Southampton (2013/14)
Who can forget when the then Stoke goalkeeper astonishingly lobbed Artur Boruc from his own penalty area?
2nd minute: Man Utd's collapse at Middlesbrough begins (2005/06)
Gaizka Mendieta opened the scoring in an eventual 4-1 demolition which led to Roy Keane's infamous MUTV interview.
3rd minute: Hugo Lloris dislocated his elbow (2019/20)
Iconic? We're not so sure, but the Tottenham goalkeeper experienced a nightmarish start during the defeat at Brighton this season.
4th minute: Man City open the floodgates vs Chelsea (2018/19)
Raheem Sterling started the party as City walloped Chelsea 6-0 last season.
5th minute: Darren Bent's beachball goal (2009/10)
Bent scored the winning goal against Liverpool thanks to a lucky deflection from a beachball, not an ice cream van or sunbathing German.
6th minute: Chelsea fans call Jose Mourinho 'Judas' (2016/17)
This was the moment the Stamford Bridge faithful turned on their former hero during his first visit as Manchester United boss.
7th minute: Eduardo's leg break vs Birmingham (2007/08)
Moments can be iconic for sad reasons as well as happy ones and this is the prime example.
8th minute: Paolo di Canio's iconic Wimbledon goal (1999/00)
One of the greatest goals in Premier League history and a volleying technique that has seldom been replicated in the years since.
9th minute: Danny Rose's screamer vs Arsenal (2009/10)
The ultimate way to mark your debut in the North London derby.
10th minute: Cristiano Ronaldo's Portsmouth free-kick (2007/08)
The greatest free-kick from one of the greatest players of all time.
11th minute: Dennis Bergkamp's iconic Newcastle goal (2001/02)
We'll never get tired of the sight of Bergkamp spinning in the opposite direction of the ball, before finishing with typical impudence at St. James' Park.
12th minute: Paul McShane's first goal for Hull??? (2008/09)
Your guess as to why this is here is as good as ours.
13th minute: Robin van Persie scores Aston Villa volley (2012/13)
Having enjoyed a dream 2012/13 season, Van Persie wrapped up the Premier League title with an unforgettable volley past Brad Guzan.
14th minute: Matthew Taylor scores from the halfway line (2006/07)
Scoring a first time volley from the centre circle is the definition of iconic.
15th minute: Kieran Gibbs mistakenly sent off vs Chelsea (2013/14)
We'll never forget the bewildering moment when Gibbs was sent off for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's best goalkeeping impression.
16th minute: Sadio Mane completes fastest hat-trick (2014/15)
Robbie Fowler's rapid hat-trick against Arsenal looked set to hold the Premier League record forever, but Mane broke it within 16 minutes of a rout on Aston Villa.
17th minute: First ever VAR-approved goal (2019/20)
Joshua King will go down in the history books after his goal against West Ham was the first to be approved by technology.
18th minute: Arsenal's ultimate team goal vs Norwich (2013/14)
Has there even been a better team goal in Premier League history?
19th minute: Peter Crouch finally scores for Liverpool (2005/06)
After 18 games without a goal on Merseyside, included a bungled penalty, Crouch finally broke his duck against Wigan Athletic.
20th minute: Luis Suarez dives in front of David Moyes (2012/13)
A hilarious celebration that Liverpool fans want Mane to replicate against Manchester City.
21st minute: John Stones saves the league title (2018/19)
Even at the time, you got the feeling that Stones' nail-biting goal-line clearance would play a massive role in the title race.
22nd minute: The 'Why Always Me?' celebration (2011/12)
A brilliant goal, a brilliant victory and a brilliant celebration.
23rd minute: Harry Kane equals Shearer's record (2017/18)
Just over a quarter of a football match was all Kane needed to equal Shearer's record of scoring 36 Premier League goals in a calendar year against Southampton.
24th minute: Jamie Vardy sets consecutive scoring record (2015/16)
On the way to Leicester's historic Premier League title win, Vardy scored in an 11th consecutive game with his Manchester United strike.
25th minute: Darius Vassell's winner at Old Trafford (2007/08)
On the 50th anniversary Munich air disaster, it was actually City who emerged victorious at Old Trafford.
26th minute: Jesper Gronkjær's billion pound goal (2003/04)
The goal that changed the history of Chelsea forever.
27th minute: Portsmouth go 4-1 up in South Coast Derby (2004/05)
Harry Redknapp must have seriously regretted his move to Southampton when they suffered a first-half stuffing at Fratton Park.
28th minute: Nemanja Matic subbed off vs Southampton (2015/16)
One of the most brutal managerial decisions in Mourinho's long, controversial career.
29th minute: Fernando Torres destroys Nemanja Vidic (2008/09)
During that iconic 4-1 win at Old Trafford, Torres drew the scores level with an unforgettable run towards goal that had Vidic tied up in knots.
30th minute: Thierry Henry's iconic volley (2000/01)
Fabien Barthez must still have nightmares about this strike.
31st minute: Geovanni's Manchester derby winner (2007/08)
City fans probably take derby wins for granted these days, but Geovanni's winner was an iconic moment when it rippled the net in 2007.
32nd minute: Sunderland's third own goal vs Charlton (2002/03)
Just let this settle in. Only 32 minutes had passed and Sunderland had already scored three own goals. Mental.
33rd minute: Wayne Rooney's halfway line volley (2013/14)
Rooney has actually scored two halfway line goals against West Ham in his career, but his volley in front of David Beckham was the pick of the two.
34th minute: Newcastle fans' Mike Ashley protest (2014/15)
Something of a reach, but this was when the St. James' Park faithful waved red cards at their owner during a 2015 defeat to Swansea City.
35th minute: Andros Townsend's belter vs Man City (2018/19)
This absolute rip-roarer earned a FIFA Puskas Award nomination for a reason.
36th minute: The first of Andrey Arshavin's four (2008/09)
Nobody could have known that Arshavin would scored four(!?) times at Anfield when he crashed in his opener off the crossbar.
37th minute: Sadio Mane's Ederson red card (2017/18)
It seems mind-blowing now that City would stuff Liverpool 5-0, but Mane's infamous dismissal was the catalyst for that 2017 battering.
38th minute: Aymeric Laporte breaks Liverpool hearts (2018/19)
At the expense of upsetting Liverpool fans even more, this was the moment when their chances of grabbing the 2018/19 title at the last minute died.
39th minute: Laurent Koscielny's goal vs Chelsea??? (2018/19)
Has there seriously never been a more iconic, 39th-minute moment?
40th minute: Nicolas Anelka's controversial celebration (2013/14)
Another remind that iconic doesn't necessary mean positive as this was the minute Anelka deployed the Quenelle celebration that would eventually see him sacked.
41st minute: Carlos Tevez scores first PL goal (2006/07)
It took eight months, but Tevez eventually broke his duck for West Ham and the rest is history.
42nd minute: Steven Gerrard's 100th PL goal (2013/14)
Scoring a penalty against Newcastle might not be the most dramatic achievement, but this was a historic moment for one of the Premier League's greatest.
43rd minute: Paolo di Canio pushes over referee (1998/99)
An absolute moment of madness. Can you imagine if this happened nowadays?
44th minute: Charlie Adam scores from his own half (2014/15)
The fact this didn't win the 2014/15 Premier League Goal of the Season is an absolute travesty.
45th minute: Steven Gerrard's slip against Chelsea (2013/14)
One of the most infamous moments in Premier League history. Liverpool's 2013/14 title challenge withered away when Gerrard slipped and allow Demba Ba to score at Anfield.News Now - Sport News