Danish striker NicklasBendtner wrote his name into the Premier League record books when he came off the bench to make an instant impact for Arsenal during the North London Derby clash with Tottenham Hotspur. The Gunners had struggled a bit to see off Spurs in the league encounter in 2007. Eventually, NicklasBendtner did the job a few seconds after entering the pitch as a substitute as he scored the winner to lead Arsenal to a 2-1 win.

No one has been able to beat the record of six seconds set by NicklasBendtner till date. It took him just six seconds to score the winning goal off a Cesc Fabregas corner kick as a substitute introduced by manager Arsene Wenger with ten minutes left to play.


Controversial Danish striker NicklasBendtner was an Arsenal player when he signed for Sunderland while they were still a Premier League club on the final day of the summer’s transfer window in 2011. NicklasBendtner left Arsenal to join the Black Cats on a one-year loan deal. Steve Bruce was influential in his decision to join Sunderland having managed the striker while he was with him at Birmingham as an Arsenal loanee.

A few days after his loan move to Sunderland, NicklasBendtner revealed that he won't play for Arsenal again after they failed to support him on the back of his car accident.


English journalist Charles Watts is an Arsenal correspondent for popular media outlet Goal and he made a NicklasBendtner comparison while he was talking about Calum Chambers on his YouTube channel last week.
Watts referenced Danish striker NicklasBendtner when he was speaking about Chambers who scored for Arsenal shortly after coming on as a substitute. England international scored after an Arsenal corner kick caused a big problem for the Leeds United during the Carabao Cup round of 16 clash between the two teams at the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday night and 26-year-old Chambers was on hand to score and break the deadlock for the Gunners.


Ex-Arsenal striker NicklasBendtner could not hide his joy after the North London Derby (NLD) success recorded by his former club recently in the Premier League. NicklasBendtner used his official Instagram handle to convey his happiness at how the latest North London Derby clash between hosts Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur turned out.
NicklasBendtner posted the picture of him watching the NLD game on his Instagram story with the caption ‘So far it's a good Sunday’. The Danish footballer is not a stranger to making a mark in the North London Derby. His finest moment as an Arsenal footballer came during the North London Derby as he came off the bench to score a bullet header off a corner kick late in the game to lead the Gunners to a 2-1 win at home over their rivals thus claiming bragging rights in the process.

Controversial Danish striker Nicklas Bendtner has revealed the altercation he had with Frenchman Arsene Wenger while he was at Arsenal. Nicklas Bendtner talked about Wenger and the heated exchange he had with the then Gunners boss in a chat with popular media publication FourFourTwo. According to Bendtner, he called Wenger horrible names in the quest to secure a move away from Arsenal but he was not successful.


NicklasBendtner started his career with the Danish national team in the u-16 team. The striker scored three goals in as many games for the u-16s in 2004. Bendtner scored six goals in 15 matches for the Danish u-17 side between 2004 and 2005.

Danish striker NicklasBendtner scored once in two games for the u-19 team in 2006. Bendtner went on to play for the u-21 side in the same year with two goals in four matches.

NicklasBendtner made his debut for the senior team in2006 and he went on to score 30 goals in 81 appearances over a 12-year period. His last game for Denmark was in 2018.


Ex-Arsenal striker NicklasBendtner has revealed that he intends to pursue a career in coaching after announcing his retirement at the start of this month. NicklasBendtner confirmed his exit from professional football at the age of 33 earlier this month.

NicklasBendtner spent the majority of his career at the Emirates Stadium with the Gunners. The Danish international spent around a decade with Arsenal though three of those years were spent on loan at other clubs. While he was a Gunners player, Bendtner was sent on loan to clubs like Sunderland in the third tier of English football, Italian Serie A club Juventus and Birmingham City in the English Championship.


Controversial Danish striker NicklasBendtner has announced his retirement after almost two decades as a professional footballer. NicklasBendtner revealed his decision to retire from football at age of 33 earlier this month.

Bendtner said he will spend a lot of time reflecting on the fact that his football career is now over while announcing his retirement. The former Arsenal and Juventus player also said he would find something else that gives him what football has given him over the years. He went on to reveal his plans of becoming a coach. According to him, he's in the process of taking the coaching education.

NicklasBendtneralso featured for clubs like Sunderland and Birmingham City during his playing career. He scored 30 goals for Denmark in 81 games over a 12-year period.


NicklasBendtner played for Italian Serie A giants Juventus while he was an Arsenal player. He was sent on loan to Juventus by the Gunners at the start of the 2012/13 campaign. NicklasBendtner was on his third loan spell to Juventus from Arsenal after the Birmingham City and Sunderland loan spells.

He signed for the Old Lady on the final day of the August 2012 transfer window. His first Juventus game came off the bench in the Italian Serie A. The Denmark international player came on as a substitute for Italian striker Fabio Quaglirella in a 2-0 win over Chievo Verona on September 22, 2012.


Nicklas Bendtner got the first taste of English Championship football at Birmingham City while he was on loan from Premier League giants Arsenal. The Danish striker had just joined the Gunners first team squad as a teenager and he needed to go out on loan to gain more experience as a regular starter.

Arsenal signed him from the FC Kobenhavn feeders team in 2004 and the player was in the Arsenal reserves for one year before his promotion to the first team squad in 2005. He left for Birmingham City on loan almost a year after his debut for the Arsenal first team.


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