What the papers say: Scolari claims conspiracy as Arsenal beat Chelsea 2-1

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The Sun - Scolari: Chelsea wuz Robbed
PHIL SCOLARI has demanded an apology from ref Mike Dean — after claiming the official cost his side victory against Arsenal.

The Mirror - Robin van Persie double shows up cracks in once invincible Blues
Somebody should tell Robin van Persie he is playing for a side that has no future, then, as it sure did not look that way at Stamford Bridge.

The Daily Mail - Scolari slams ref after Chelsea fall to Arsenal defeat
Luiz Felipe Scolari last night accused referee Mike Dean of 'killing' his Chelsea team after claiming that the official's mistakes cost them a 2-1 home defeat by Arsenal.

The Daily Express - ROCKIN' ROBIN KEEPS ARSENAL'S TITLE CHALLENGE ALIVE
ROBIN VAN PERSIE kept Arsenal’s title challenge alive with two stunning goals at Stamford Bridge – as furious Chelsea manager Luiz Felipe Scolari accused the match officials of “killing” his team.

The Daily Star - GUNNERS BEAT CHELSEA
ROBIN van Persie struck twice as Arsenal came from behind to beat Chelsea 2-1 at Stamford Bridge and breathe fresh life into their title bid.

The Times - Luiz Felipe Scolari slams officials after defeat by Arsenal
Luiz Felipe Scolari accused Mike Dean, the referee, of “killing” his Chelsea team last night and hinted at a conspiracy to keep Arsenal in the Barclays Premier League title race.

The Independent - Van Persie double stuns Chelsea
It was not so long ago that Stamford Bridge was regarded as the kind of stadium where all away teams – famous or humble – came to lie down and die. But yesterday it was the Arsenal players who took their leave bare-chested and belligerent, tossing their shirts into the crowd and generally swaggering about the place as if they owned it, which, for one afternoon, you could say that they did.

The Daily Telegraph - Chelsea manager Luiz Felipe Scolari calls for referee's apology after Arsenal offside goal
Luiz Felipe Scolari accused referee Mike Dean of 'killing' his Chelsea team and has demanded an apology for Robin van Persie's controversial equaliser in Arsenal's 2-1 victory at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

The Guardian - Scolari demands an official apology over 'killer' Van Persie call
Luiz Felipe Scolari said that refereeing decisions had "killed" his Chelsea team yesterday, and suggested that conspiracy had played a part in Arsenal's dramatic 2-1 victory.

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