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When A Controversial Twitter Thread Attempted To Expose Thierry Henry As A "Bottler"

When A Controversial Twitter Thread Attempted To Expose Thierry Henry As A "Bottler"

Is Thierry Henry the most overrated striker in history? Well, a social media user tried to expose the legendary Frenchman in a detailed thread about his career at Arsenal.

Henry's arguably the greatest Premier League striker of all time. He scored a staggering 175 goals in England's top flight during his illustrious spell at Arsenal.

However, @Hustler_Futbol isn't a fan as he posted a 14-tweet thread explaining how he's a footballing-fraud.

So, without further ado, here's "the bottler exposed".

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The user's theory didn't go down too well on social media.

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Sure, some of those stats don't make for good reading but Henry is one of the most lethal strikers in the history of the game.

He 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.

Henry won two Premier League titles including THAT season in 2003/04. He bagged a ridiculous 30 goals as Arsenal went the whole league season unbeaten.

Image: PA
Image: PA

While he failed to deliver European silverware for Arsenal, he won the Champions League for Barcelona after securing a move to Spain in 2007.

He weighed in with 26 goals in all competitions during that campaign as Barcelona won the treble.

Henry's one of the best strikers the Premier League has ever seen, right?

Topics: Football News, Football, Premier League, Arsenal, thierry henry

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