Greatest Premier League photo of last 20 years revealed with shots of Rooney, Ranieri, Ronaldo and Keown all in running

A LIST of the greatest 30 Premier League photos has been compiled featuring some of the most iconic moments, players and managers in the competition's history.

Premier League favourites Wayne Rooney, Steven Gerrard, Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson all feature prominently in the list to find Barclays' Shot of the Century.

The 30 snaps manage to encapsulate exactly what the Premier League is about – glory, blood and thunder, and some of the best fans in the world.

All the photos were taken in the last 20 years so omit Prem legends like Eric Cantona, Tony Adams and Ian Wright.

But there has been no shortage of iconic moments since the turn of the century – from Wenger being sent to the stands at Old Trafford to Jimmy Bullard's mocking half-time team talk celebration away at Manchester City.

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Some of the best ever celebrations also make the list – including Mario Balotelli's infamous 'Why Always Me' moment.

Former Swansea star Bafetimbi Gomes' unique panther walk also makes the cut, as does Pep Guardiola being thrown up and down in the air after winning the league in 2019.

Fabien Barthez's anguish at conceding a goal to Arsenal is the oldest photo amongst the collection.

Fan unity has also been captured amongst the photos – such as Manchester United and City fans holding their scarves aloft together in memory of the Munich disaster.

A photo of the two mascots of Everton and Liverpool representing the 97 fans who died as a result of the Hillsborough tragedy, has also been included.

One the pitch both Liverpool, the two Manchester clubs, and Arsenal feature most heavily.

United and Arsenal's rivalry is brilliantly highlighted by Martin Keown's famous goading of Ruud van Nistelrooy after the Dutchman missed a penalty in a huge title-deciding game.

Title-winning celebrations also feature regularly throughout, including Liverpool's only Prem win in 2020.

Ronaldo, Ferguson, and Guardiola were snapped at their most ecstatic and have been selected in the top five.

The number one spot goes to none other than Leicester great Claudio Ranieri, with the Italian captured kissing the Premier League trophy after he defied the odds to crown the Foxes champions of England.

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