It's eight years ago to the day that Thierry Henry broke Ian Wright's goalscoring record for Arsenal.
Henry became the Gunners' top marksman of all time after a brace against Sparta Prague. FourFourTwo doffs its cap to Arsenal's legendary No.14 with 14 of his most memorable strikes. And there are plenty to choose from…
6. A moment immortalised
16 Nov 2002: Arsenal 3-0 Tottenham (Henry, Ljungberg, Wiltord)
A stroll around the Emirates Stadium’s exterior might take in Henry’s statue situated on the south-east corner of the Gunners’ home. It was from this game that the Frenchman’s famous celebration would be cast in bronze forever.
Henry’s goal was the first in a three-strong rout of north London rivals at Highbury – a special effort reserved for the Gunners’ arch enemies. Picking the ball up deep inside his own half, Henry’s strength and raw pace takes him past two helpless Spurs defenders before he caps the lot with a fine finish past Kasey Keller. Tottenham fans haven’t been allowed to forget this one.