‘So wholesome’ – Watch Saka run over to hug Henry while Arsenal legend is working as pundit for Amazon Prime

    ARSENAL’S past and present were represented on Amazon Prime as Bukayo Saka and Thierry Henry shared a hug.

    With the return of the Premier League following a mid-season break for the World Cup, Henry also returned to the UK to work as a pundit on Amazon Prime.

    Bukayo Saka runs over to hug Thierry Henry

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    Bukayo Saka runs over to hug Thierry HenryCredit: Amazon Prime
    Fans online described the interaction as "wholesome"

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    Fans online described the interaction as “wholesome”Credit: Amazon Prime
    Saka then ran off to finish his preparations ahead of the West Ham game

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    Saka then ran off to finish his preparations ahead of the West Ham gameCredit: Amazon Prime
    The Gunners ace scored an equaliser in the second half

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    The Gunners ace scored an equaliser in the second halfCredit: Reuters

    But while he was working, England World Cup star Saka ran over to the Gunners legend.

    The pair then embraced each other in a hug before Saka left to continue his warm-up ahead of the game against West Ham.

    And the “wholesome” hug left fans feeling warm and fuzzy.

    One user said: “That was wholesome seeing Saka and Henry hugging.”

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    A second user said: “Saka hugging Henry, the long hug. wholesome fellas.”

    A third added: “Me feeling all parental again.”

    Another referred to their respective eras at the club, saying: “Legend and future legend.”

    Meanwhile, another fan said: “GOAT to GOAT ❤️.”

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    Saka was at the centre of controversy as the Gunners saw a potential goal ruled out for offside.

    The linesman flagged for offside despite it initially appearing that there was no offence.

    However, replays showed it was the right call because Martin Odegaard’s pass flicked off Saka’s heel before the ball fell to Eddie Nketiah.

    And when the touch happened the Arsenal striker was in fact in an offside position, hence denying the North Londoners an opening goal.

    But they then found themselves on the wrong end of another decision after William Saliba brought Jarrod Bowen down inside the area.

    Said Benrahma stepped up to convert the penalty past Aaron Ramsdale, much to the dismay of a returning Arsene Wenger.

    The legendary boss has returned to the Emirates for the first time since leaving the club in 2018.

    But Saka and Gabriel Martinelli have since drawn the hosts level and put them ahead in the second half.

    Meanwhile, Arsenal have submitted a £52.5million bid for Ukrainian winger Mykhaylo Mudryk.

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