What the papers say: Liverpool play acting costs Arsenal again

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The Sun - Adebayor fury at red card
EMMANUEL ADEBAYOR has blasted Liverpool defender Alvaro Arbeloa for falling as if he had “put a knife in him.”

The Mirror - Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool: Rafa Benitez's side may live to regret dropped points
THEY MAY still end up as the Christmas No.1, although that is no longer in Liverpool’s own hands. But Anfield’s hopes of a triumphant title Hallelujah will require Rafa Benitez’s men to do far more over the next five months than they have over the past few weeks.

The Daily Mail - It's a 'knife' crime: Arbeloa went down as if stabbed, says dismissed Adebayor
Emmanuel Adebayor accused Liverpool's Alvaro Arbeloa of going down like he had been 'knifed' after the Arsenal striker was sent off at the Emirates during yesterday's draw

The Daily Express - KEANE’S KNOCKOUT BLOW
IF this is really the result that finally does for Arsenal’s fading title hopes then Arsene Wenger will once more be left cursing the men from Merseyside.

The Daily Star - 'ARBELOA WENT DOWN LIKE HE WAS KNIFED'
EMMANUEL ADEBAYOR last night accused Alvaro Arbeloa of deliberately getting him sent off in a hot-tempered clash at the Emirates.

The Times - Arsene Wenger furious at Emmanuel Adebayor red card as Robbie Keane earns a point
Arsène Wenger branded Howard Webb’s decision to dismiss Emmanuel Adebayor “a joke” last night and accused the referee of costing Arsenal two points in the 1-1 draw against Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium. 

The Independent - Reds afraid to win, says Wenger
Only once he had finished bemoaning the injustice of Emmanuel Adebayor's red card did Arsène Wenger delivered a painful truth for Liverpool. The Arsenal manager contemplated how his 10 men had managed to hold out for a draw for the best part of 30 minutes and offered an explanation that cuts to the heart of Rafael Benitez's side. Maybe, pondered Wenger, yesterday's opponents were too "scared" to go for broke.

The Daily Telegraph - Ten-man Arsenal earn draw with Liverpool but Cesc Fabregas picks up worrying knock
The day was supposed to be about giving. But Arsenal took the ‘Be a Gooner, be a giver’ campaign for the Teenage Cancer Trust too literally, offering their title challengers greater space and leverage in the race for the Premier League.

The Guardian - Arbeloa went down as if I'd knifed him, rages Adebayor as Gunners count losses
Emmanuel Adebayor accused Liverpool's Alvaro Arbeloa of acting "as if I put a knife in him", as he raged about his sending-off in Arsenal's 1–1 draw here in north London yesterday.