Thierry Henry

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Born: 17/8/1977 in Les Ulis, Essonne
Nationality: France France
International Caps: 117 (51 goals)
International Debut: 11/10/1997 vs South Africa

2018/19 Playing Statistics

  Total Mins Played Apps Starts Subbed On Subbed Off Goals Assists Yellows Reds
All 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Thierry Henry began his career at Monaco in 1994 after spending two years with the youth side there. He had a brief stint at Juventus in 1999 before joining Arsenal that same year – a move which transformed his career and made him one of the most feared strikers in the world. In his eight years at the club he made 254 appearances and scored 174 goals, winning two Premiership titles and three FA Cups. He joined Spanish giants Barcelona in a €24-million deal in 2007 and formed a lethal attacking trio with Samuel Eto’o and Leo Messi as the Catalans swept all before them in 2008/09. A two-time European Golden Boot winner, Henry's career with the France national team began in November 1997 against South Africa, and he was a member of the successful 1998 World Cup and 2000 European Championship-winning sides. He played a significant role in getting Les Bleus through to the 2010 World Cup – handballing twice in the build-up to William Gallas’ controversial winning goal in the second-leg play-off against the Republic of Ireland.

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