Ronaldo double ends Arsenal’s record of 32 unbeaten home matches at Highbury »FirstSportz

Henry and Ronaldo
Henry and Ronaldo

The iconic Arsenal vs Manchester United match was full of hot moments. It was a classic Premier League game between two great teams at the time.

It’s a head-to-head clash between so many iconic names that even hearing about them literally gives English football fans chills.

Some clashes go like this- Sir Alex Ferguson v/s Arsene Wenger, Roy Keane v/s Patrick Viera and the most iconic Cristiano Ronaldo v/s Thierry Henry.

Back to 2005

This is the match everyone has been eagerly waiting for as the clash between the best player of the moment and the best player of the Premier League in the future is Thierry Henry and Cristiano Ronaldo respectively.

Young Cristiano Ronaldo has introduced himself to the English Premier League with absolute class. It was a great and real night for him because he was the only one that even the great manager Arsene Wenger had to worry about.

It was a match that was deeply imprinted in the minds and hearts of English football fans dedicated to The legendary clash between Patrick Viera and Roy Keane in the tunnel even before the match started.

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A new villain for the Gunners

Cristiano Ronaldo is truly public enemy number one at Highbury, as he has shown everyone why Sir Alex Ferguson bought him in the first place at Old Trafford.

He even had collisions with Thierry Henry that blew up the home stands and started booing him for the duration of the game.

A memorable curly brace

It was a memorable double from Ronaldo. One thing that Gunners fans have not forgotten up to this point. After that clash with Henry, Ronaldo responded by beating Jens Lehmann twice in four minutes of the second half.

This legendary double was followed by an iconic gesture where he literally silenced the audience with his goals as well as his celebratory display that made him the heel strike. Perfect for Gunners.

The match ended with a score of 4-2, as the Red Devils overcame their arch-enemies, the Gunners.

It’s truly a nostalgic moment for every dead person Manchester United fans because one of their guys has actually introduced himself to his arch-rivals.

But it is the Arsenal fans who will remember this match the most.

The legendary line from the movie The Godfather perfectly sums up the situation like this – “Keep your best friend but your enemies closer”.

A perfect end to the perfect night at Highbury for all Manchester United fans on the feet of the one and only CRISTIANO RONALDO.

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