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Thierry Henry Rolls Back The Years With Classic 'No Look Fake Pass' To Zinedine Zidane

Thierry Henry Rolls Back The Years With Classic 'No Look Fake Pass' To Zinedine Zidane

Henry to Zidane, back to Henry, bang.

Jack Kenmare

Jack Kenmare

Forget Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, the earth is 4.5 billion years old and most of us reading this have been lucky enough to watch Thierry Henry in the prime of his life.

If you don't remember Henry during his peak years in the Premier League, then I insist on taking a few hours out of your day to watch the Arsenal legend bang in goal after goal, after goal.

Some might say he was unstoppable for a large chunk of his time under Arsene Wenger.

Those who followed his journey will be delighted to hear that he took part in a 'France 1998 World Cup vs an All Star '98' legends game, last night, and he did absolute bits.

20 years after they lifted the World Cup, the likes of Henry, Zidane and Robert Pires reunited to face some familiar faces.

But forget the big names, a moment involving Henry and the former Real Madrid manager has all but satisfied our footballing needs, this morning.

The France 98' squad, who were managed by Arsene Wenger on the night, won 3-2 on the night and the great Zinedine Zidane played an integral part in the victory.

It really was a trip down memory lane and when Zidane netted a stunning free-kick, the crowd went absolutely wild for the former Los Blancos player/coach.

How good is this, though. What a strike. What a player.

Take a bow, Zinedine Zidane. I swear he could still do a job as a player.

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Topics: Football News, Football, Goals, Zinedine Zidane, World Cup, France, thierry henry