One-time Gunners front man managed to find the back of the net on 121 occasions in his 424 matches for the club.
Former Arsenal goalscoring hero Dennis Bergkamp has been back at his old stomping ground this weekend, with the Dutchman having plenty to celebrate too on his visit to north London.
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On Saturday, the 44-year-old had a statute unveiled of himself outside the Emirates stadium to commemorate his brilliant achievements during his illustrious 11-year career with the Gunners, with Bergkamp then taking in the north London club’s convincing 4-1 home win over struggling Sunderland in the Premier League later that day.
And now on Sunday, the ex-Netherlands international was back at the home of Arsenal to be pictured holding the Invincibles trophy awarded for the club’s record-breaking campaign in the Premier League exactly ten years ago this season when Arsene Wenger’s men, with Bergkamp leading the line, went an entire top-flight campaign unbeaten.