How many goals did Henry score against Man Utd?

How many goals did Henry score against Man Utd?

Thierry Henry all 9 Goals vs Man Utd.

Who scored the 2000 Premier League goal?

United hit 2,000th Premier League goal landmark Scott McTominay entered the record books with the strike, the opener in the 3-1 victory at Norwich City.

How many final goals Henry scored?

In his last league game on loan, he scored the winning goal in stoppage time in a 2–1 win against Sunderland. His final goals for the club meant he finished his Arsenal career with a record 228 goals; 175 of them came in the Premier League.

What is Manchester United font?

Manchester United F.C. Font is → ITC Stone Sans II.

Why Man U vs Liverpool is delayed?

Manchester United’s Premier League clash against Liverpool on Sunday afternoon has been delayed, after a protest against the home club’s ownership saw fans break in to Old Trafford causing damage to broadcast cameras and the playing surface.

How many goals did Thierry Henry score against Leeds?

Record against Leeds United

Leeds 13 4
Chelsea 20 2
Man Utd 23 3
Liverpool 18 3

Who was the first person to score in the Premier League?

Brian Deane
The league held its first season in 1992–93. It was composed of 22 clubs for that season. The first Premier League goal was scored by Brian Deane of Sheffield United in a 2–1 win against Manchester United.

Who scored Man United first Premier League goal?

Classic match: Deane scores Premier League’s first goal.

Did Henry win a Champions League?

Former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry has named his top three strikers currently playing in the Champions League. The Frenchman scored 50 goals in the competition during his playing career and won the trophy with Barcelona in 2009.

Why is Man U match postponed?

Manchester United’s Premier League game against Liverpool was postponed after about 200 fans broke into Old Trafford to protest against the Glazer family’s ownership of the club. The fixture was scheduled to kick off at 16:30 BST on Sunday.

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