12 February 2012

[Former player] Henry says goodbye to the Premier as a myth

The exazulgrana Thierry Henry scored in the last minute of his last game in the Premier to give victory to Arsenal in the field of Sunderland (1-2).

At 34, Henry ended his return to the Premier League with a goal that gave the three points to the Gunners after taking advantage of Russian center Andrei Arshavin. A loan from the New York Red Bulls, Henry will return next Thursday to the U.S., which still could play some minutes in the match next Wednesday's Champions League.

The French goal gave Arsenal a victory suffered. Sunderland went ahead in the scoring through Irish James McClean, who took a slip-which led to injury-Szczceny Mertesacker to beat, but soon after Ramsey, who went just by the German centre-back, tied the game.

Ultimately, the goal of Henry leaves Arsenal tied with Chelsea in fourth place in the Premier League.

Chelsea, meanwhile, chained his fourth day without a win in the Premiership after falling at home to Everton 2-0. A South African Steven Pienaar's goal in the 5th minute got in trouble with the "blues" from the beginning of the game, and as much of the Argentine Denis Stracqualursi to twenty minutes left finished off the match.

Tottenham Hotspur Harry Redknapp, the leading candidate to succeed the Italian Fabio Capello ahead of England, again demonstrated why he is the surprise team of the season in England and endorsed five goals to Newcastle's Alan Pardew (5-0 .)

The Frenchman Louis Saha, with two goals, Croatian Niko Kranjcar and Cameroon's Benoit Assou-Ekotto gave terminated during the first 45 minutes a game the second part, with a new goal from Emmanuel Adebayor was a mere formality for followers "spurs" rehearse songs in support of their players and their coach. (via SPORT)