Thierry Henry sure knows how to make an entrance.
The famed Arsenal forward made a triumphant return to the Gunners by scoring the lone goal of the match against Leeds at Emirates Stadium in the Third Round of FA Cup.
Henry, 34, on loan from the New York Red Bulls, came on as a substitute in the 68th minute, and scored 10 minutes later, from the left side, off the fine assist from Alex Song.
The bearded Henry gave an elaborate celebration after the goal, and jumped into the hugging arms of Arsene Wenger. It was Henry's first game back with Arsenal since March 2007.
The Gunners dominated the match. Arsenal controlled the ball for 63 percent of the time, and took 24 shots, with nine on goal, compared to Leeds, which took six shots, with four on goal.
Wenger was dealt yet another blow on the injury front. Francis Coquelin, playing right back, was seen clutching the top of his hamstring in the 33rd minute, and was replaced by 18-year-old Nico Yennaris.
Robin van Persie did not play for Arsenal.
Here is a look at Henry's goal: