Can you name Arsenal’s Xl from Thierry Henry’s second debut, 2012?
After four and a year half years away from the club, Thierry Henry completed a fairytale return to Arsenal in January 2012.
Henry scored 226 goals in 370 appearances during his first spell at the club, winning three Premier League titles and two FA Cups.
But the striker left for Barcelona in 2007 and spent three successful years at Camp Nou before joining Major League Soccer side New York Red Bulls.
After training with Arsenal during the MLS off-season, he signed for the club on a two-month loan deal at the start of 2012.
Henry made his second debut for the club a few days later and didn’t disappoint, coming off the bench to score the winner against Leeds United in the FA Cup.
“It’s a written story a little bit,” said Arsene Wenger after the match.
“Of course, Thierry brought his class but it showed how much it means to him to make the finish. It’s not something you predict before the game.
“It’s great that he is back here and got the goal that qualifies us for the next round. The dressing room has plenty of people in there, it’s a little bit euphoric because everybody is happy for Thierry of course.”
He made another six appearances before returning to America, but we’re asking you to name Arsene Wenger’s starting Xl from that win over Leeds.
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