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Thierry Henry, a former Arsenal striker, has named Taribo West, an ex-Super Eagles defender, as the toughest opponent he has faced in his career.

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During Tuesday night’s Champions League analysis on CBS Sports’ In The Mixer, Henry revealed this while answering quick-fire questions.

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When asked who has been the most difficult player he has faced, the Frenchman responded, “Toughest as in direct opponent?” Or was he just a man you didn’t want to play against?”

 

Both were asked to be named by the 44-year-old. “Paul Scholes,” he replied.

 

“For a direct opponent, I’d suggest Taribo West from back in the day.”

 

“Because they did man-marking (at Auxerre).” Even in the dressing room, he followed you around.”

 

When asked who he enjoyed playing with the most, Henry said, “Dennis Bergkamp.”

While playing for Monaco, Henry came up against West.

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