Gunners fans reminisce in 'Invincibles' documentary
Some Arsenal fans in England took a walk down memory lane at a screening of a documentary depicting their famous unbeaten 2003/04 campaign.
They were joined by several members of that historic "Invincibles" side, like Robert Pires, Jens Lehmann, Martin Keown, Ray Parlour, Lauren and Sol Campbell.
That season, Arsene Wenger's men became only the second English team in history to finish a top-flight season unbeaten and the first to do so in a 38-game campaign.
Preston were the first side to finish a top-tier campaign without losing, but that was in 1888 in a 22-match division.
Remarkably, in that 2003/04 season, Thierry Henry scored 30 goals in 37 games as the Gunners notched 26 wins and 12 draws, and having the best attack (scored 73 goals) and best defence (conceded 26).
In the documentary, Gunners' favourites like Lehmann, Keown and Campbell shared their experience of finishing 11 points clear of second-placed Chelsea, then in the first season of the Roman Abramovich revolution and already splashing the cash.