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PLAYERS: Thierry Henry
Thierry Henry added to his long list of incredible goals, Wednesday. In the 70th minute of a goalless match between the New York Red Bulls and the Chicago Fire, Henry once again made something out of nothing. He controlled a deep cross with his chest and volleyed the ball with his left foot sending it back across the face of the goal, hitting the far post before bouncing in. This was Henry’s first goal since April 28th and what a spectacular one it was. Watch Henry break his drought here: Click here to view the embedded video. Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
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