What the papers say: Wenger rages at kickin' Kiev

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The Sun - Wenger rages at kickin' Kiev
FURIOUS Arsene Wenger last night accused savage Dynamo Kiev of trying to ‘destroy’ Theo Walcott.

The Mirror - Champions League full time: Dynamo Kiev 1-1 Arsenal
Skipper William Gallas was on hand to earn his side a draw after bundling in a late equaliser in Arsenal's opening Champions League Group G game in Ukraine.

The Daily MailBrave Walcott helps to save the day as Arsenal rescue a point in Kiev
A wonder kid when he scored a hat-trick for England last Wednesday, Theo Walcott is coming to terms with some unwanted attention.

The Daily Express - GALLAS TO THE RESCUE 
William Gallas was Arsenal’s saviour as he scored a late goal to earn a 1-1 draw at Dynamo Kiev in their Champions League opener last night.

Captain William Gallas bundled in a late equaliser to rescue a 1-1 draw for Arsenal from their opening Champions League Group G game against Dynamo Kiev in the Ukraine.

The Times - Arsene Wenger furious over Theo Walcott being target of 'destoyers'
The fear that Theo Walcott, England’s new star, has become a target for opposition hatchet men was underlined last night by Arsène Wenger, who accused a Dynamo Kiev defender of attempting to “destroy” the winger after Arsenal scored a late equaliser to salvage a point from a 1-1 draw in their opening Champions League group fixture in Ukraine.

The Independent Dynamo Kiev 1 Arsenal 1: Gallas' late strike rescues Arsenal from Kiev's grip
Arsenal captain William Gallas bundled in a late equaliser to rescue a point in their opening Champions League Group G game against Dynamo Kiev in the Ukraine last night.

The Daily Telegraph - William Gallas rescues Arsenal with last-gasp equalise against Dynamo Kiev in Ukraine
Arsene Wenger had admitted before this tie that he would have taken a draw and that is what he got, thanks to an 88th-minute equaliser from captain William Gallas, ending a sequence of three defeats in this country.

The Guardian - Dynamo tried to destroy Walcott, says angry Wenger
Arsène Wenger might have enjoyed the surge of adrenaline that comes with a vital late equaliser but the Arsenal manager could not conceal his frustration at the referee, Luis Medina Cantalejo, last night, accusing him, among other things, of turning a blind eye to a Dynamo Kiev defender who "tried to destroy" Theo Walcott.

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