Nigeria legend Nwankwo Kanu scored a hat-rick as Arsenal legends defeated AC Milan 4-2 in a charity match at the Emirate Stadium.
In a match that had all the Arsenal legends one can think of, Kanu, came in for Gilberto in the 25th minute and got the first goal .
An Emmanuel Petit's cross found the former Nigeria captain whose header beat Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati.
He then got a second goal with a diving header to cancel out Christian Vieri's tap in before scoring a penalty after Roberto Pires was fouled in the box area.
And the supporters wanted Coach Arsene Wenger to sign the Atlanta 96 Olympics gold medalist as they shouted "sign him up Arsene".
The fourth goal by Pires provided by Ljunberg was an awesome goal that you can only see in 2003-4 season.
Milan got a second goal via penalty by Vieri.
The former gunners played the trademark one-touch football Arsenal is known for; the type that would give modern Premier League footballers a run for their money.