Arsenal crush Charlton 4-0

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:07 IST

Thierry Henry scored twice as Arsenal easily beat Charlton 4-0 to extend its unbeaten Premier League streak to 48 matches.

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Thierry Henry scored twice as Arsenal easily beat Charlton 4-0 to extend its unbeaten Premier League streak to 48 matches and bounce back from alleged team disunity. Freddie Ljungberg and Jose Antonio Reyes added the other goals at Highbury in the match on Saturday. The display was a marked turnaround from the Arsenal side that drew 1-1 at Norway's Rosenborg in the Champions League on Wednesday. After that match, captain Patrick Vieira and defender Lauren confronted each other on the team bus, causing police to be called. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger had dismissed the scuffle as a "minor incident" and said it showed the team cared about its form. Arsenal has 22 points, followed by Chelsea with 17, Everton with 16, Tottenham with 13 and Bolton and Manchester United with 12 each. (AP)

Topics : Football
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