Thierry Henry’s Five Best Arsenal Goals: Including Liverpool Comeback & Tottenham Celebration

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Arsenal 3-0 Tottenham

One of Henry’s most defining moments, a moment that has since be iconified in statue form outside the Emirates Stadium. And how many other people can say that?

With the score still at 0-0, Henry picked the ball up just outside the penalty box in his own half. He burst down the right wing, Matthew Etherington attempted to keep in toe but was quickly brushed off and left for dust.

Henry approached the back four at speed and looked to be arching for a right footed shot before pulling the ball across himself and darting across the left of the 18 yard box when he then fired the ball into the bottom left corner.

What followed though is arguably more iconic than the goal. Henry sprinted the length of the pitch in delirium before sliding on his knees in-front of the fans of Arsenal’s baying derby rivals. Safe to say the Tottenham fans weren’t happy, as you can see in the picture above.

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