Goto C#

As I was going through the various control flow statements in C# I came across the goto statement that works the same way as VB6 did. Here is a sample.

using System;

public class GotoTest

    static void Main()

        int i;

        for (i = 0; i < 10; i++)
            if (i == 5)
                goto Reached5;

            Console.WriteLine("i = {0}",i);

It can also be used to transfer control to a specific switch-case label but knowing that Goto has the potential to create spaghetti code I wonder why the C# team allowed it. It was understandable in VB .NET due to backward compatibility but developers are discouraged to use it for new development. The C# documentation states:

The goto statement is also useful to get out of deeply nested loops.

Hmm... do we not practice what we preach?