On this day in 1999, Arsenal signed Thierry Henry in a transfer which saw the attacker develop from a winger to a centre-forward.
Henry was part of the France squad which won the World Cup in 1998, but he arrived at Highbury as left winger who had struggled to make an impact in six disappointing months in Serie A with Juventus.
Arsene Wenger, however, saw enough potential in the forward to convince Arsenal to break their transfer record, and Henry went on not only to became the Gunners’ top scorer of all time, but also his country’s.
After collecting the best quotes on the Arsenal legend, that got us thinking about the top scorers of other European nations, which inevitably led to a quiz.
You’ve got seven minutes to name the top scorers for these 25 countries, and we must admit, this gets pretty tough in places.
If, like us, you love a good football brainteaser, visit our dedicated quiz page for a host of other challenges.
Kevin De Bruyne was at it again against Burnley.
Jose Mourinho was unsurprisingly not a happy man.
Let’s see more of this.
No prizes for getting No.1.
That poor defender.
One of the Premier League’s most intimidating men.
A tribute to the absolute master of the chip.
Who knew Paul Ince could do *this*?
Twelve to get in 10 minutes.
It makes good reading for the English clubs.