Date: 25th June 2006 at 1:01am
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A couple of dodgy results in France’s first two games left Le Blues needing a victory by two clear goals.

France got their noses in front with a nicely created goal, finished off by former Gooner Paddy Vieira, and they finished the job in the 61st minute, when Arsenal captain, Thierry Henry, fired home after Vieira found him with a flick header.

Henry is often critisised for not scoring in the big games, and while I find that notion to be rather foolish, maybe this goal will help dispell the myth by just a fraction.

 

8 Replies to “Goal: Thierry Henry”

  • Good finish but what do we expect from Le God?? He really is a god. Do newsnight want an investigation into Arsenals partnership whith the heavens???

  • Heez lahst one evv-air for Frahnzce. Zo, who weel be zee first to steeck zee studs into hees laig? Fabregas or Reyes?

  • Spurs really do like Henry don’t they? anyways that is a great and important goal for him, he can cut it a the big stage and its nice to see the former Arsenal guy set it up with Henry.
    Hopefully france can go even further now.

  • Togo? BIG game, tiny country please lets at least wait until you play a country with more than one football field and a population of more than 3000 to make such judgements/statements.

  • France were on the verge of going out, and they needed to win by 2 clear goals, the whole world was slating their team and he stepped up and did the business. There’s an old saying in football…….you can only beat what’s put in front of you!!

  • he is le god and there is no disputing that…he has 34-35 goals for france and 214 for arsenal….he is more than god….

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