Arsenal defeated Everton 2-0 last weekend at the Emirates Stadium to record their fourth consecutive victory of the season.
Goals from Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang were all the Gunners needed to get pass the Merseyside club on Sunday.
Former Arsenal player Thierry Henry was in the stands during the game and he was happy to have seen his former club picked maximum victory against a stubborn Toffees side.
Meanwhile, after the enthralling clash, Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny —who is currently out injured — walked up to the Gunners legend to exchange pleasantries with him.
The Gunners captain was pictured having a one-on-one discussion with his compatriot Thierry Henry on the field after the game.
Arsenal fans were delighted with their captain’s gesture and they lauded his humility.
In the same vein, the North London fans equally hailed Henry — who helped Belgium to a third-place finish at the Russia 2018 World Cup — for being present at the Emirates Stadium to cheer his former side to victory against a tough opponent.
Here are some tweets from the Gunners faithful who are currently enjoying what they are seeing under Unai Emery.
One fans wrote on his Twitter account
“The greatest French player with my favorite French player #gunners”
Another one added :
“The Emirates will always be your home King @ThierryHenry”
The third fan was full of Henry’s praise as he tweets “All hail the king @ThierryHenry.”