What the papers say, Wilshere, Simpson and Vela steal the show against Wigan

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The Sun Arsene hails cracker Jack
ARSENE WENGER last night promised teenage star Jack Wilshere will be as good as Cesc Fabregas after Arsenal’s kids tore Wigan apart 3-0 to reach the Carling Cup quarter-finals. 

The Mirror - Arsene Wenger's kids show English talent to impress Fabio Capello
Jack Wilshere won the man-of-the-match bottle of champagne - but cannot touch a drop for two years. In fact, Arsene Wenger might have taken 16-year-old Wilshere off with 15 minutes left because it was past his bedtime.

The Daily Mail - Teen tonic for happy Wenger with Wilshere top of the class
Arsenal take on Wigan in the Barclays Premier League in three weeks’ time. Judging by the way Arsene Wenger’s understudies coped with Steve Bruce’s main men, the French boss could do worse than send them out to do it all over again.

The Daily Star - IT’S MATCH OF THE JAY
ARSENAL’S kids were at it again last night. They romped to another stunning success at the Emirates as they crushed Wigan 3-0 with boss Arsene Wenger unveiling another striking sensation.

The Daily Telegraph - Teenager Jay Simpson repays Arsenal faith with two goals against Wigan
Arsenal unveiled the latest product from their seemingly endless production line of talent on Wednesday night when Jay Simpson, a 19-year Londoner who spent much of last season on loan at Millwall, started for the first time and scored twice.

The Guardian - Simpson and Vela set Arsenal on a teenage rampage
On a flawless night for Arsenal it was only their stadium disc jockey who fluffed his lines. He was so desperate to unleash Teenage Kicks at full-time that he pressed play fractionally too early. The crowd, however, had already got theirs from a group of players who were not even twinkles in their fathers' eyes when the Undertones released their hit single.

The Times - Arsenal youngsters far too good for Wigan in Carling Cup
In these economically uncertain times, it is good to see Arsène Wenger doing his bit by giving Arsenal’s cash-strapped supporters two teams to follow for the price of one.

The Independent - Wilshere fires young Gunners
League Cup nights for Arsenal should be re-branded The Jack Wilshere Show. A new teen flick.

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