Match these, Aubameyang: 10 sensational goals from Premier League debutants

As Arsenal's record signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang eyes a debut against Everton this weekend, Joshua Jones looks at the most memorable debut goals in Premier League history

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Federico Macheda vs Aston Villa (05/04/2009)

Macheda made 36 first-team appearances for Manchester United and scored just four goals. But ask any football fan why they remember him and they're guaranteed to talk about the Italian's Premier League debut in April 2009.

With United trailing Aston Villa following back-to-back league defeats against Liverpool and Fulham, a 17-year-old Macheda replaced Nani on the hour mark. Twenty minutes later Cristiano Ronaldo equalised with his second goal of the game – and then came Macheda’s moment of magic.

In the third minute of stoppage time, Ryan Giggs slid the ball into the Italian. With one touch he turned away from his defender and opened up space, before curling a delightful finish beyond Brad Friedel to win the game. Cue Martin Tyler's goalgasm.

Paulo Wanchope vs Man United (05/04/1997)

Exactly 12 years before Macheda’s wondergoal at Old Trafford, Wanchope produced the same feat for Derby County.

Having joined just over a week earlier from Costa Rican side Herediano, Wanchope scored a brilliant goal against Fergie's league leaders which put his new side 2-0 up inside 35 minutes.

After receiving possession on the halfway line after Darryl Powell dispossessed Nicky Butt, Wanchope ran. And ran. And ran. And after getting the better of five United defenders, Derby's leggy new frontman kept his composure to slot past Peter Schmeichel. Derby went on to win 3-2.

Danny Rose vs Arsenal (14/04/2010)

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp surprised many by handing a Premier League debut to teenager Danny Rose in this crucial north London derby. Just 10 minutes in, though, Redknapp's decision looked justified – and in some style.

After Manuel Almunia had punched clear a corner, the bounced out to Rose 30 yards out from goal. But rather than doing what most full-backs would and take a touch before looping in a cross, Rose struck a rasping volley (clocked at 69.7mph) which swerved into the net back beyond Almunia. The 19-year-old was substituted for David Bentley at half-time, but his strike set Spurs on their way to a 2-1 victory.

Alan Shearer vs Crystal Palace (15/08/1992)

Opening weekend of the Premier League. An English transfer record at £3.6m. Blackburn are 2-1 down. Step forward Alan Shearer.

With 66 minutes played, the ball dropped to the 22-year-old outside the area – as good an invitation as any to thump a looping volley over Nigel Martyn, off the crossbar and in. Yes, the first of his 260 Premier League goals was rather good indeed.

Shearer had his second just 15 minutes later, cutting in from the left and unleashing a quality strike from outside the area which gave Martyn no chance again.