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Thierry Henry Rates Arsenal’s Chances of Winning UCL Title After Hot Start
- Arsenal made a return to the Champions League for the first time in almost seven years on Wednesday
- The Gunners marked their return with a 4-0 emphatic win over PSV Eindhoven at the Emirates Stadium
- The North Londoner outfit are in Group B of the elite European competition alongside Lens and Sevilla
Thierry Henry has rated Arsenal's chances of winning the UEFA Champions League title this season following their return to the tournament.
The Gunners qualified for the European elite competition for the first time since 2016/17 after they sealed a second-place finish in the Premier League last season.
Mikel Arteta's charges marked their return with a positive result, demolishing Dutch giants PSV Eindhoven 4-0 in their Group B opener on Wednesday night.
Leandro Trossard, Gabriel Jesus, and Martin Odegaard also got their names on the scoresheet to inspire the hosts to a comfortable win.
Henry rates Arsenal's UCL chances
Despite Arsenal's hot start to the Champions League campaign, Henry does not fancy them winning the competition this season.
According to the Gunners legend, a congested fixture schedule this season could hinder their chances of conquering Europe.
"As a fan, I want them to win it. As a fan, I wish we could win it," Henry said via Metro UK. But the depth, playing the league, playing all the competitions that you have to play in England… it might be too much."
Arsenal are in Group B of the tournament alongside PSV, Lens, and Sevilla.
Son and Saka 'clash' at event
Earlier, Sports Brief reported on the tension between Saka and Heung-min Son as the two sat next to each other at a Burberry fashion show in London.
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The two footballers are both ambassadors of the luxury brand and inevitably had to run into each other at the fashion event earlier this week.
In the front row of the catwalk, Saka and Son were forced to sit next to each other but unlike at footballing events, no niceties were exchanged.