The New York Red Bulls dealt out a thrashing against the Houston Dynamo last night in a MLS Soccer tie at the Red Bull Arena in New Jersey - winning 4-0 - and there was a definite Arsenal connection to the events.
Thierry Henry, the club captain, was of course involved - as was the son of the man whose goalscoring record he overtook in North London.
Well nowadays Henry plays with one of Wrighty’s sons - Bradley Wright-Phillips.
The former Southampton and Charlton Athletic man moved Stateside in July 2013 - and last night he created history. Becoming the first ever Englishman to score a MLS hat-trick.
And Henry had a big hand in things.
He set him up for the first goal, started the move for the second and after bagging a goal himself from a BWP rebounded shot - he gave Wright-Phillips permission to take a 90th minute penalty to go down in the record books.
Here are the highlights from the game…