What the papers say: Shock Hull defeat knocks Arsenal off top spot

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News Of The World - JACK WILSHERE SIX-YEAR DEAL
JACK WILSHERE has been offered a six-year contract that will see the teenager earn 200 times his current wage. The Arsenal star will sign his first professional deal when he turns 17 on New Year’s Day to fend off Chelsea interest. 

The Sunday Mirror - Arsenal 1-2 Hull: Gunners stunned as Tigers come roaring back to win
A wonder goal from a Brazilian stunned the Emirates crowd as Hull produced one of the shocks of the season.

The Mail On Sunday - Gunners have to make up for missed chances - Fabregas
Cesc Fabregas maintains Arsenal will be out for a "reaction" when their Champions League campaign resumes against Porto at Emirates Stadium.

The Sunday Express - COUSIN HEADS HOME WINNER AT EMIRATES
Daniel Cousin grabbed the winner for Hull to end Arsenal's unbeaten run at the Emirates Stadium and mark Arsene Wenger's 12th anniversary at the club with a stunning 2-1 defeat.

The Daily Star Sunday - PERFECT COUSIN IS TIGERS HERO
MAYBE Arsene Wenger should have stuck with his wonder kids after his senior stars blew the chance to regain pole position in the Premier League.

The Sunday Times - Heroic Hull triumph over Arsenal
YOU GET days like this, but not often enough. So lowly rated as not to be on anyone’s radar as potential winners at the Emirates stadium, Hull City came, saw and conquered.

The Independent On Sunday - Hull blow out candles to leave Wenger fuming
Did you hear the one about the Brazilian and the Gabonese? No, Arsène Wenger didn't find it very funny either. Between them, Geovanni and Daniel Cousin scored the goals that inflicted Arsenal's first home League defeat since April last year and, even at this early stage of the season, possibly caused serious harm to their title ambitions.

The Sunday Telegraph - Hull’s bold approach pays off against Arsenal
It's not unusual for a lusty chorus of ''We’re going to win the league” to ring out here after the final whistle but this time the accent was decidedly Yorkshire rather than Cockney.

The Observer - 'West Brom' woe for Wenger
Arsène Wenger was so flummoxed by Arsenal's capitulation he could not remember the name of his tormentors, complaining, bizarrely, that his team yesterday 'gave too much room to West Brom'

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