Mouth artist Henry Fraser paints Thierry Henry

Paralysed mouth artist Henry Fraser reveals his painting of Thierry Henry's knee slide from Arsenal's 2002 North London derby win.

Mouth artist Henry Fraser has recreated Thierry Henry's knee slide following the Frenchman's goal for Arsenal in the North London derby in 2002.

Fraser, who is a former Saracens youth player, was paralysed from the shoulders down after dislocating his neck in an accident while on holiday in Portugal in 2009.

Fraser has since taken up painting by holding the paint brush in his mouth, and posted his latest work on Twitter ahead of the start of the new football season.

Fraser's previous subjects include former England rugby star Jonny Wilkinson, sprinter Usain Bolt and 2013 Wimbledon champion Andy Murray.

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