” Thierry Henry had an extraordinary career, making it to the top of football on numerous occasions. He won two Premier Leagues, two LaLiga titles in one of the greatest Barcelona teams ever, and a Ligue 1 crown to name but a few.
GETTY 2 Henry with the Premier League trophy in 2004 where Arsenal went unbeaten for the entire league campaign The Frenchman also boasts winners’ medals from the 1998 World Cup and the European Championships in 2000. The former striker, who is probably best known for his days at Arsenal, also won a number of individual accolades including PFA Players’ Player of the Year in 2003 and 2004.
Henry is also the Gunners’ record goalscorer with a staggering 228 strikes for the club. However, all these achievements are not enough in the eyes of one football fan on Twitter, who tweeted a stunning thread exposing Henry as a ‘bottler’.
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The bottler exposed with only facts and no opinions pic.twitter.com/UGhZGa6yY6 — Jacques Mesrine (@Hustler_Futbol) May 20, 2019 /**/ /**/ 2004 Champions League QF. Chelsea vs Arsenal. Henry failed to score in both legs and Invincibles knocked out because Henry choked. pic.twitter.com/7e98roNot2 — Jacques Mesrine (@Hustler_Futbol) May 20, 2019 /**/ /**/ Henry played in 9 cup finals, scored 0 goals. Drogba played in 10 cup finals.
Scored 10 goals. Henry was notoriously terrible in big games. You can’t be “”great”” and not be clutch.
You can’t think of any player in any sport that isn’t clutch but is great. pic.twitter.com/l3W5mstSc3 — Jacques Mesrine (@Hustler_Futbol) May 20, 2019 /**/ /**/ Henry shamelessly joined Barca to piggyback off Messi and Eto’o to finally touch a CL trophy. His only goal in the 2008/09 QF, SF or Final was when Barca were up 3-0 vs Bayern in the QF.
This grown man was reduced to leeching off their careers. “”Can’t beat them join them”” pic.twitter.com/knRlXN2shu — Jacques Mesrine (@Hustler_Futbol) May 20, 2019 /**/ /**/ These are the teams that both Drogba and Rooney dragged to CL finals. Ageing teams In 2011/12, Drogba scored 6 goals with 3 KO goals Napoli, Barcelona and Bayern.
In 2010/11, Rooney scored 3 straight away CL goals in the QF, SF and final vs Barcelona. pic.twitter.com/QEBq3ZfRvo — Jacques Mesrine (@Hustler_Futbol) May 20, 2019 /**/ /**/ Thierry Henry Champions League KO goals for Arsenal entire career: 6 Sadio Mane CL KO goals in just 17/18 (his first CL season): 7 Mane scored in a CL final too. Henry never scored in a cup final in his career pic.twitter.com/Qd8QUA5XVv — Jacques Mesrine (@Hustler_Futbol) May 20, 2019 /**/ /**/ Both of these men joined the teams they were beating in finals.
They both choked leads against these teams and performed terribly in the clutch. They both shameless joined Warriors/Barca to finally sniff the CL/Championship pic.twitter.com/vkJGMlLzOk — Jacques Mesrine (@Hustler_Futbol) May 20, 2019 /**/ /**/ @Hustler_Futbol 2 The final part of the stunning thread ” ” Andy Murray showed that his hip injury has not dulled his fighting qualities as he battled for four remarkable hours before falling to a five-set loss against Roberto Bautista Agut in what could be his last professional match at the Australian Open.
Murray tearfully announced on Friday that he is planning to retire this year, and maybe as soon as after this tournament, the 31-year-old threatened a miracle but was ultimately beaten 6-4 6-4 6-7 (5) 6-7 (4) 6-2 by the Spanish 22nd seed.https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/セスク・ファブレガス Murray’s hopes were not high given the state of his right hip but this was a remarkable performance for a man who admits he struggles to put his shoes and socks on.
4 Murray’s career may have just come to an end A kinder draw and Murray might well have delayed the seemingly inevitable but Bautista Agut is one of the fittest and grittiest players on tour, and he fought off the Scot’s comeback. The snaking queues outside Melbourne Arena of tennis fans wanting to see Murray was a sight to behold and he was greeted by a deafening roar as he emerged onto the court, which has seats available to holders of ground passes.
4 The crowds may have witnessed Murray’s final act as a professional tennis player Murray waved and held a thumb up, no doubt determined to soak it all in. His coaching team, Davis Cup captain Leon Smith, friend and former coach Dani Vallverdu, British players Katie Swan and Harriet Dart and mum Judy were among those in attendance and they were joined during the opening set by brother Jamie, who rarely watches Andy live because he finds it too stressful.
If that was an indication this was far from just another match, the early stages were encouraging, with Murray moving much better than he had in Thursday’s practice match against Novak Djokovic that set the alarm bells jangling. Latest Tennis News domination Rafael Nadal wins 12th French Open title after beating Thiem in four sets BARTY TIME French Open 2019: Ashleigh Barty wins first ever Grand Slam singles title beaten Johanna Konta loses French Open semi-final in straight sets He was striking his backhand well but movement to the forehand remained a major issue and the ever-present limp slowly became more pronounced.
It was a tough situation for Bautista Agut, taking on the crowd and an opponent who was clearly not at full fitness but whose capabilities on the day remained a question mark. The Spaniard took the first set after breaking at 4-4 and Murray’s chuntering to himself was a reminder that he still very much wanted to win a tennis match. There were flickers early in the second set with two break points but Bautista Agut went on to take that too.
It would not be Murray, though, if he did not go down without a fight, and fight he did. 4 Bautista Agut triumphed 6-4 6-4 6-7 (5) 6-7 (4) 6-2 Broken for 1-2 in the third set, he hit straight back, pushing a backhand down the line to finish a vintage point and holding his arms aloft. There were more celebrations when he fought off a break point at 4-4, and he forced a first set point in the next game.
He would have taken it, too, but for an overrule from umpire Eva Asderaki-Moore on a second serve that was backed up by HawkEye. But Murray was not to be denied in the tie-break, creating two set points when Bautista Agut shanked a forehand over the baseline and taking the second with a forehand guided into the open court. Murray roared in delight and defiance, his fighter’s instinct drowning out the pain.
4 Murray’s fightback was remarkable, but he could not see it through And the heroics did not end there. Murray matched Bautista Agut throughout the fourth set and was the better player in the tie-break. But he was unable to maintain his momentum early in the fifth set, with Bautista Agut winning five games in a row.
Murray fought back tears as he served at 1-5 but there was still time for one more magic moment as he saved a match point by finishing a long rally with an angled volley winner. The three-time grand slam champion must now decide on his next move, having said on Friday that his original plan to retire after Wimbledon is in jeopardy because of the amount of pain he is in. That was echoed by the Scot’s surgeon, and Murray may well choose to have a second operation straight away to improve his quality of life. “