We kick things off with an iconic goal from John Hendrie at Ayresome Park in October 1990. The Scot powered his way from box to box, dancing his way past the Millwall defence before scoring in this 2-1 Boro win.

Next up is a long-range effort from Emmanuel Ledesma in December 2013, who caps a fine counter-attack by skipping inside before firing past David Forde. It was an important goal for Boro, kickstarting a first away win under new boss Aitor Karanka and the first victory of a six-match unbeaten run.

Ledesma would score another beauty – this time a curling free-kick – in the return fixture in April, but it was a consolation goal at the Riverside as Boro’s slim play-off hopes were extinguished.

Speaking of free-kicks, how about Tony McMahon’s effort in February 2011? The full-back’s well-placed set piece cancelled out now-Lions manager Neil Harris’ opener at The Den en route to a 3-2 Boro win.

One of Jelle Vossen’s finest moments in a Boro shirt came away to Millwall in December 2014. The Belgian loanee fired a first-half hattrick – his first goals for the club and the last hat-trick by any Boro player – in a resounding 5-1 win for the visitors. The pick of the bunch was his opener, latching on to a long ball from Kenneth Omeruo and hitting home a sweet half-volley.

Kike wrapped up that victory for Boro in the second half, as Boro responded to a goal from former striker Scott McDonald with a well-worked move that resulted in the Spaniard sweeping home from the edge of the area.

And to finish, one of the best team goals the Riverside has ever seen. Ben Gibson starts this move off in March 2015, with involvement from George Friend, a neat aerial one-two between Albert Adomah and Lee Tomlin, and a cheeky Kike stepover before Patrick Bamford finds space in the area to apply a top-corner finish. Lovely stuff.