May 15, 2004 was the day Arsenal became 'Invincibles'.

Arsène Wenger's side had clinched the title at Tottenham a few weeks earlier, but they were still unbeaten in the Premier League when Leicester City visited Highbury for the final game of the season.

Paul Dickov gave the Foxes a shock lead but Thierry Henry's penalty and Patrick Vieira's finish from Dennis Bergkamp's fine pass turned the game on its head.

The final whistle confirmed Arsenal's pre-eminence: played 38, won 26, drawn 12, lost none.

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15 May 2014