The Emirates stadium was host to an investment and tourism event dubbed “An Evening with Rwanda at Arsenal” on Thursday night, and two Gunners’ legends, Tony Adams and Thierry Henry, graced them with their presence.
The ex-Arsenal defender and captain, along with the greatest striker the Premier League has ever seen, were there to help promote tourism in the East African nation.
Adams was also quick to post about the event on Instagram, sharing an image with the coveted Henry at his side while the tandem were talking to the crowd, something sure to take Gunners fans back to happier times.
Both legends naturally held a Q&A session with the fans and everyone present at the big event.
Neither of them, however, need any big introduction whatsoever. Adams spent his whole career as one of the Gunners after he climbed through their youth squads to reach the senior team in 1983, where he remained until retirement in 2002.
Henry, on the other hand, is the club’s most coveted striker with 228 goals scored in all competitions.