What the papers say: Porto look to emulate Hull victory over Arsenal

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The Sun - Hulk can do a Hull to Gunners
ARSENAL face a battering from The Hulk after being flattened by Hull. The Gunners attempt to redeem themselves in the wake of the 2-1 home defeat by the Tigers when they host Porto in the Champions League tonight. 

The Daily Mail - Arsenal headbangers face Porto still suffering one Hull of a pain
Arsene Wenger is relaxed about his Arsenal team facing Porto on Tuesday night - because he knows they will take the Portuguese seriously.

ARSENE WENGER has been to Hull and back and never wants to plumb those depths again after admitting Saturday was his footballing nadir.

PORTO’S ‘Incredible Hulk’ is gunning for Arsenal – just days after they were flattened by Hull.

The Times - Arsenal guilty of overconfidence, says Arsene Wenger
Arsène Wenger, the Arsenal manager, has issued a strongly worded reminder to his young players about the need to show professionalism in every match and expressed concern over his squad's mental strength.

The Independent - Wenger set to resist call for changes
Mauled by the Tigers of Hull City on Saturday, Arsenal must lick their wounds and prepare to brave the Dragons of Porto in their second Champions League group match at the Emirates Stadium this evening. 

The Telegraph - Arsenal desperate to clear their heads
The league table, they say, never lies but sometimes it taunts. When asked what he had done on Saturday night after enduring the most surprising reverse in his dozen years in charge of Arsenal, Arsene Wenger replied: “not much”.

The Guardian - Angry Wenger lets rip at his young guns for lack of focus
The Brazilian striker Hulk will be named in Porto's party for tonight's Champions League group game at the Emirates, but it is Arsène Wenger who will be saying "Don't make me angry" so soon after Saturday's shock home defeat. "The manager didn't have to say anything to us," the defender Kolo Touré said as he reflected on Arsenal's 2-1 loss to Hull City. "But he said some difficult words to everybody."

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