What the papers say: Fairytale from New York

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The Sun - Nobody does it better, Thierry
YOU never lose it, that gold dust, that je ne sais quoi. Even at 34.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal 1-0 Leeds
Don't mock or diminish it. Don't try to dismiss what left the Emirates not knowing whether to scream with delight or cry with joy. Just relish one of those moments, one of those stories, the ultimate feel-good end to the most romantic week of the football calendar.

The Daily Mail - King Henry takes just 10 minutes to settle it with trademark strike
Arsenal are a bit like Thierry Henry these days: not quite as good as they used to be. But nobody here at the Emirates cared.

The Daily Express - ARSENAL BOSS ARSENE WENGER IN DREAMLAND AT A LEGEND’S RETURN
ARSENE WENGER described Thierry Henry’s incredible goalscoring return to Arsenal as a “dream”.

The Daily Star - THIERRY HENRY'S BACK IN THE OLD ROUTINE
ARSENAL legend Thierry Henry took just 10 minutes to crown his remarkable return to the club with a goal to remember last night.

The Independent - Wenger: Henry return is like a dream for me
Arsène Wenger said last night that Thierry Henry's dramatic winning goal for Arsenal on his return to the team in their 1-0 FA Cup third-round win over Leeds United was like a "dream".

The Guardian - Thierry Henry revels in 'dream' return to Arsenal against Leeds United
Arsène Wenger described Thierry Henry's match-winning return to Arsenal as the stuff of dreams after the French forward, on his first appearance for the club in almost five years, scored with his fifth touch to propel his side into the FA Cup's fourth round.

The Daily Telegraph - Thierry Henry aims to extend Arsenal goalscoring record after Leeds winner at Emirates
Thierry Henry hopes to extend his Arsenal goalscoring record after coming off the bench to fire the Gunners into the fourth round of the FA Cup with a 1-0 win over Leeds at Emirates Stadium.

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