'No Henry' Trends On Twitter After Thierry Henry Left Out Of 'Top 6 Best Strikers' List
'No Henry' is trending on Twitter because of a highly controversial top six Premier League strikers list.
Leon Knight, formerly of Brighton & Hove Albion and Swansea City, took to social media to share his top six Premier League strikers of all time.
In no particular order, he named Ian Wright, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Alan Shearer, Robbie Fowler, Sergio Aguero and Andy Cole.
My Top 6 prem strikers ( no order )- knighty (@LeonKnight_) July 31, 2019
But his decision to leave out Henry triggered Arsenal fans up and down the country. Here's some reaction from social media:
No Henry ♂️- :flag_black::flag_jm::flag_ie:=DB10 (@dannymagic10) July 31, 2019
No wonder you got "No Henry" trending, this is atrocious... https://t.co/Q4k1WxhWDa- different knock FC (@AFC_Carys) July 31, 2019
No Henry? You drunk?- Fraser O. (@zefrogi) July 31, 2019
Insanity. Andy Cole but no Henry. https://t.co/nNXSqfLlvs- Vfl Van de Donk (@ethanwood15) July 31, 2019
It's not the first time someone on social media has attempted to debunk Henry's greatness.
Twitter user @Hustler_Futbo posted a 14-Tweet thread explaining how he's apparently a footballing-fraud.
THREAD: Thierry Henry - The most overrated striker in history.- Jacques Mesrine (@Hustler_Futbol) May 20, 2019
The bottler exposed with only facts and no opinions pic.twitter.com/UGhZGa6yY6
Henry was ultra-prolific for the Gunners, scoring 20+ goals in five straight seasons while winning the Premier League Golden Boot an impressive four times, more than any other player.
He won two Premier League titles including THAT season in 2003/04. He scored a ridiculous 30 goals during that campaign as his side went the whole league season unbeaten.
How would you rate the legendary Frenchman? Let us know.