What the papers say: Reliant Robin rescues Arsenal

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The Sun Everton 1 Arsenal 1
WHO needs Batman when Robin is so good at coming to the rescue? 

The Daily Mirror - Xabi Alsonso and Arsene Wenger are summer targets for Real Madrid
Liverpool's Xabi Alonso has emerged as Real's top summer target.

The Daily Mail - Robin to the rescue but Wenger's title boast is shown up by Toffees
Robin Van Persie breathed life into Arsenal's flagging title hopes with the most dramatic of equalisers two minutes into injury time at Goodison Park last night.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes the deal to bring midfielder Andrei Arshavin to the Emirates Stadium is "90% completed" but admits the final 10% is the most difficult.

Robin Van Persie smashed a 90th-minute equaliser to save the Gunners at Goodison and break Everton’s hearts.

The Times - Robin van Persie snatches vital point for Arsenal
Arsenal may have left Goodison Park feeling as though they had salvaged something last night, but Robin van Persie’s equalising goal deep into stoppage time served only to paper over the cracks in a team who might have their work cut out finishing in the Champions League places this season, even if they refuse to believe — misguidedly, many would say — that the title is beyond their reach.

The Independent - Van Persie's wizardry conjures point against odds for Arsenal
If Arsenal, as their manager has been insisting, still claim to be championship challengers, they can thank Robin van Persie for them not having disappeared off the radar completely.

The Daily Telegraph - Robin van Persie rescues Arsenal at the death
Everton's aspirations of putting yet more pressure on the big boys at the top of the table were just seconds away from bearing fruit, Tim Cahill’s header seemingly putting the club just two points behind Arsenal in fifth place. Right at the death, however, Robin van Persie popped up to send an unstoppable left-footed strike beyond Tim Howard with a minute of injury time to go. 

The Guardian - Cahill and Everton rise to the occasion but are robbed at the last
One minute fewer and breaking into the rich man's playground of the Champions League would have troubled Arsène Wenger more than shattering Arsenal's pay structure to sign Andrei Arshavin.

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