From the Guardian's Minute-by-minute match report for Arsenal versus Manchester United [fg]:
90 mins Four minutes of added-time are signalled for.
90+2 mins No chances of any note in injury-time as the game appears to be petering out for a draw.
90+3 mins GOAL HENRY: Arsenal 2 - 1 Manchester United Petering out, indeed. What a finish to the game! Eboué bursts down the right flank and beats Evra to deliver a curling cross. Ferdinand is caught out, missing his header: Henry makes no mistake with his. Firm and high past Van der Sar's right hand from 12 yards out, his header must surely have won the game.
A last minute goal and Arsenal are back in the title race, though the odds are still of the longish variety, Manchester United lost as did Chelsea yesterday. This could shape up to be one of the most exciting ends to the Premiership season in years and so I phoned in to get Fox SportsWorld added to my cable. I thought I had it when I first subscribed, but Shaw never bothered to add it for me, so I had to call in again.
Lydia, myself and my family are trying to plan a trip to Europe sometime this spring. I'm trying to organize it around seeing at least one Arsenal game. I want to see them in person while Henry is still playing for them, having missed seeing them at Highbury. The timing of the end of the football season though is sort of near the end of winter and thus not prime tourism weather time so it's being met with some resistance.