Anyone care trying to explain how there is supposedly no center to the universe? Quantum Holography implies a center. Any flowery language of proto atoms or cosmic eggs does as well too. Even water droplet-like fission computer simulations of inflation can mathematically assign a center point. Plainly speaking, QFT hold spherical symmetry as well. And even our everyday common intuition lets us know things inflate symmetrically. What gives?
The sphere analogy was given in the comments and is the simplest visual example.
This is a small surface element on a two dimensional sphere in a three dimensional world where time is the third axis.
Seems to me you are glossing over time. Of course there exists a center in our four dimensional world where time is the fourth dimension. At t=0 the other coordinates are also zero and start growing. That is why it is called a bang.
There is no center on the surface of the four dimensional sphere of which we exist in the three space dimensional surface.