St. Petersburg: Belgium will play their last Group B match against Finland on Tuesday (. The Roberto Martinez coached side will most probably see the qualification door at the end of today’s match, regardless of the result.
But, before the start of that match the former Arsenal and France legend, Thierry Henry – who is currently the assistant coach of Belgium – has scored a wonderful looking goal off a freekick from outside the box. After Henry took the free-kick and scored the goal, Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku came running towards the former footballer and hugged him for scoring the goal.
The entire Belgium team including Lukau and De Bruyne looked baffled after Henry scored that brace. Take a look at the goal below:
We can hear Lukaku saying, “Come on. Record top goal-scorers don’t need this. Come on, man! Go in, go in!”
Machester City start Kevin De Bryune is also heard saying, “That’s the issue we’ve been training for half-an-hour and scored a few. He just goes with his left and killed us! And we have a game tomorrow!”
Lukaku can then be seen adding: “This guy retired for 10 years. He killed my whole country, man!”
The Red Devils’ assistant coach has over the years scored many such free-kicks for France and also for Arsenal, Juventus, Barcelona and his other clubs.
Thierry Henry is 43 years old and he announced his retirement in 2014. Despite that, the Frenchman has the ability to score such amazing freekicks. This video has been shared widely, especially by the Arsenal fans.