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Thierry Henry has perfectly good reason for 'ignoring' Liverpool star Virgil van Dijk's text messages
Arsenal legend Thierry Henry could do it all as a player, often making defenses look silly in every competition he played. The World Cup winner was a ferocious goal scorer, an incredible passer and possessed a technical ability that most players would envy. But what he might not be all that good at is responding to text messages from notable names in the sport.
Virgil van Dijk jokingly called out France legend Thierry Henry after learning that the former striker was on CBS Sports’ panel in the wake of Liverpool’s Villarreal victory. The talismanic Dutch defender shared that the ex-Arsenal man hadn’t returned his text and urged the reporter to help him...
Virgil van Dijk has revealed that Arsenal and France legend ignored a text that he sent him in an amusing exchange on CBS Sports.
I think that just about now every football fan in the world is aware that Arsenal are desperately on the hunt for a young and hungry striker in this coming transfer window, if not two, and the never-ending Arsenal transfer rumours keep giving us new suggestions every day from Leagues all over the world.
Thierry Henry slams one of Jurgen Klopp’s tactics and warns Liverpool ‘you can’t play like that against Villarreal’
Thierry Henry has slammed Liverpool for continuing to adopt a high defensive line and warned that ‘you can’t play like that against Villarreal’. The Reds played out a thrilling 3-3 draw with Benfica at Anfield last night and progressed through to the semi-finals of the Champions League with an aggregate scoreline of 6-4.
Thierry Henry: Luka Modric Champions League assist for Real Madrid against Chelsea 'absolutely perfect'
It might just be the pass we all remember from the 2021-22 UEFA Champions League when it is all said and done. Real Madrid's 5-4 aggregate win over Chelsea in the quarterfinals produced a marvelous moment in Tuesday's second leg. With Real down 3-0 at home and 4-3 on aggregate, they had to score in the final 15 minutes to force extra time. They did it on an all-time assist by Luka Modric. Take a look:
Thierry Henry thought he was being stopped for a selfie, before realising this young fan wanted a photo with a striker who’d scored in a Champions League final instead. See below as Henry is left hanging as this supporter instead approaches Liverpool striker Divock Origi…. Henry is on Belgium’s...
Two weeks ago, Paris Saint-Germain crashed out of the UEFA Champions League when they crumbled and conceded their 2-0 aggregate lead after Karim Benzema scored a hat-trick in under 20 minutes. In the capital club’s next match, which was at the Parc des Princes against FC Girondins de Bordeaux, supporters...
Champions League: Thierry Henry breaks down why PSG's Kylian Mbappé is great ahead of French side's meltdown
Whatever you want to say about PSG as a team, there's no doubt that Kylian Mbappe is one of the best players in the world. Before a second half meltdown, the side looked set to advance to the next round of the Champions League, thanks to the French superstar. The PSG forward scored a 94th-minute winner in the first leg against Real Madrid giving the Parisians a good advantage in heading into the away leg. And it looked like he was going to put it away for them in the second leg.
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