By Amir Mir
Santi Cazorla successfully recreated Thierry Henry’s famous wonder goal against Manchester United in 2000.
Arsenal legend Henry scored the dipping, swerving strike against Sir Alex Ferguson’s United sixteen years ago, which made a fool of goalkeeper Fabien Barthez.
Cazorla was taking part in BT Sport’s GoalsRecreated challenge, where current footballers attempt famous goals from the past and he had the opportunity to recreate Henry’s wonder goal.
The 31-year-old Arsenal midfielder nailed the effort in his second attempt in one what is one of the most famous Premier League goals in history.
At first Cazorla failed his attempt, but successfully recreated the effort moments later, which delighted the Spaniard.
Here is Cazorla attempting Henry’s famous goal as posted by BT Sport’s official Twitter account.
— BT Sport Football (@btsportfootball) September 22, 2016
Former France international Henry made 368 appearances for Arsenal scoring 226 goals in all competitions.
Henry was part of the famous ‘Invincibles’ side of 2003-04, which lifted the Premier League crown, one of two triumphs in England’s top division for the Gunners legend.
The 1998 World Cup winner is the north London club’s highest Premier League goal scorer with 176 goals in 258 appearances.
Henry now works as a TV pundit for Sky Sports, including working as the assistant manager for the Belgium national team, alongside Roberto Martinez.
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