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Thierry Henry may have moved a step closer to becoming Arsenal's greatest goalscorer of all time with a hat-trick to sink Norwich, but the Frenchman maintains it is not a one-man show at Highbury.
The striker passed Cliff Bastin's mark with his treble, and now, on 181, is four short of matching Ian Wright. Following Henry's second successive Barclays Premiership hat-trick at Highbury, it is not likely to be long before he eclipses the legendary ex-Gunner to take his place at the top of the all-time scoring chart.