Thierry Henry’s greatest goals immortalised in ‘flipbook’

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Arsenal fans still remember Thierry Henry fondly.

It’s no surprise, with the 34-year-old Frenchman the club’s all-time record goalscorer, and one of the Premier League greats during a period of dominance for the Gunners.

Indeed, some of his goals for Arsene Wenger’s side will be remembered forever, and a couple of them feature in this epic flip book created by Kick TV.

They include his wonderful solo strike against Real Madrid in the Champions League, and ‘that goal’ against Manchester United in the Premier League.

The Arsenal legend is also seen in his more recent MLS glory, scoring an overhead kick and direct from a corner as the video changes from the book to real life.

To top it off, the video ends with Henry closing the book himself and then shaking the hands of the creators.

Check out the amazing video at the top of this story, and let us know what other Henry-Arsenal goal you'd love to see immortalised in this format.

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