2012 proved to be Thierry Henry's finest year yet in Major League Soccer, and now the Arsenal legend is back for a fourth season with the New York Red Bulls. The two-time MLS Best XI player will be looking to lead the Red Bulls to their fourth consecutive appearance in the MLS Playoffs and perhaps the first MLS Cup in club history.

Arsenal.com will once again track Thierry's progress throughout the season. Our Henry Watch page offers an overview of his performance in each game as well as periodic updates on the progress of other former Arsenal players plying their trade in MLS.


Thierry Henry
Red Bulls
New York Red Bulls 0-0 DC United
Saturday March 16, 2013
Red Bull Arena – Harrison, NJ

Thierry Henry fired five shots on goal in the Red Bulls' home opener. Despite outshooting their archrivals 24-4, the home side could not find the back of the net and settled for a 0-0 draw. The Red Bulls next face Montreal Impact on March 23.



Steve Zakuani
Sounders
Seattle Sounders 1-1 Portland Timbers
Saturday March 16, 2013
CenturyLink Field – Seattle, Wash.

The former Arsenal youth player set up Eddie Johnson's 13th minute goal with a perfect cross to the far post. Seattle were minutes from recording their first win of the season until the Timbers stunned the home crowd with a 90 minute equaliser.



Mikael Silvestre
Timbers
Seattle Sounders 1-1 Portland Timbers
Saturday March 16, 2013
CenturyLink Field – Seattle, Wash.

The central defender played 90 minutes as Portand's Rodney Wallace grabbed a late equaliser against Cascadia Cup rivals Seattle Sounders.

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