Stadium Tour – Open - £5 off + free photo with FA Cup. A minute after the goal, Vieira was booked. Copyright 2020 The Arsenal Football Club plc. Check out our exclusive Wallpapers for desktop and mobile today! Juve seemed re-vitalised after the restart. His presence has attracted to Buffon forward so, when the youngster squared to Henry 12 yards out, the captain had the relatively simple task of hooking the ball into the unguarded net. Jonathan Zebina's sending off for a second booking with a minute left just added to their misery. However their early pressure would be fleeting once more. But by that time the game was won. Henry found space in the area and, as usual, fooled his way into a few feet of space. To open a menu item's submenu, press the space bar. The 18-year-old cushioned the ball and then slipped his shot between the legs of Lilian Thuram and past the flat-footed Gianluigi Buffon. The nearest they came to scoring was when Toure blocked Zlatan Ibrahimovic just outside the area in the eighth minute. Juve ended with nine men after Mauro Camoranesi and Jonathan Zebina were sent off in the final minutes. In the 64th minute that same palm would prevent Fabregas scoring from an identical position as Arsenal cranked up the pressure. It floated past the far post and, it seemed, Juve's hopes of salvaging anything went with it. He would more than make amends a little later. He was always sure-footed. It took another swashbuckling Toure tackle to deny Ibrahimovic as he burst through. Their tackles found their snap just as their passes found one another. A minute later, it could have been 2-0. Fan's kit hub - win a bruised banana shirt! This menu is keyboard accessible. He will miss the second leg in Turin. The rain that lashed down at Highbury just before kick-off was reminiscent of Portsmouth on Saturday. 75 Drayton Park Preview and stats followed by live commentary, video highlights and match report. If this was to be the last great European night at Highbury then it was one hell of a send-off. In the 55th minute, Emmanuel Eboue might have sneaked an unlikely second for Arsenal when his cross deflected high off Gianluca Zambrotta and onto the roof of the net. They will go to Italy for the second leg next week with … Juve flickered briefly at the start of each half but were outfought and out-thought by an Arsenal side brimming with confidence. In the 16th minute, Hleb ran out of space by the right-hand corner flag but his quickly taken throw-in found Pires in the area. Highbury House Just before that, the Italian midfielder had caused consternation with a chip from outside the area. The Italian No 1 threw out his right hand to divert the ball around the post. Arsène Wenger's one change to the team that had beaten Charlton 10 days ago was significant. He spurned the chance to shot and found Henry on the right. Lehmann also had to shepherd a number of crosses whipped in from the flanks. This was a complete performance, albeit with some stand-out stars - Fabregas was impish, Reyes was rampant, Henry was unstoppable and Toure was towering. The first few minutes belonged to Juve. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to www.arsenal.com as the source. The tie will be decided in Turin next Wednesday but, for the moment, it is advantage Arsenal. Henry was a lone frontman with Robert Pires offering attacking support from an advanced position in the centre. They penned Arsenal back towards the North Bank and sent inquisitive passes into the channels. Henry saw a shot deflected over soon afterwards and, six minutes from half time, the top-scorer would create the opener. When Hleb's low shot was saved at the near post a couple of minutes later you sensed that the Juve goal was living on borrowed time. Referee: Peter Frojdfeldt Three minutes later, Reyes race forward and squared for Fabregas just outside the area. They will go to Italy for the second leg next week with an utterly deserved 2-0 lead. Had it not skimmed off the end of the wall then Jens Lehmann would have been called into his first serious action. However, this pitch was understandably greasy but otherwise perfect. The same goes for Camoranesi, who was sent off with four minutes to go after receiving his second yellow cards. London, N5 1BU. As he chested the ball down he spotted Fabregas running in behind. To close a submenu press the escape key. Unfortunately his shot was scuffed wide. Venue Arsenal Stadium (old) (London) Goals. The Swede took the free-kick himself. Full-time 2 - 0. Juve were still predatory and Toure had to clamber the north face of the mountainous Ibrahimovic on many occasions. Arsenal vs. Juventus - 28 March 2006 - Soccerway. Cesc Fabregas scored the first goal and made the second for Thierry Henry as Arsenal took control of this Champions League Quarter-Final with Juventus. In the build-up to this game, the mighty figure of Patrick Vieira dominated the discussion. Pandemonium ensued. On aggregate 2 - 0. Then they started going forward. Highbury held its breathe and hooked his left foot around the ball to shoot from the acutest of angles. In its aftermath, all the talk will centre on the somewhat smaller frame of his Highbury heir apparent.