During Arsenal’s FA Cup win against Sutton United, Theo Walcott joined elite company as he became only the 18th player to score 100 goals for the Gunners in all competitions.
The winger has been a key player at Arsenal since signing for the club when he was 17-years-old and became England’s youngest ever senior footballer in his teenage years
Walcott’s scorching pace makes him a nightmare to defend against and in addition to his goalscoring touch, he is an excellent playmaker, with 73 assists to his name at Arsenal.
But, the club have not been as successful as they would have liked to have been over Walcott’s time there – the only silverware Arsenal have won in his time is the FA Cup – and the 27-year-old has battled several injuries over the course of his career, so his 100 goals is a good achievement.
Alas, opinion remains divided… is he an Arsenal success? Or a Gunners flop?