What the papers say: Arsenal turn on masterclass for old boy Thierry

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The Sun Arsenal 6 Blackburn 2
THIERRY HENRY returned to the Emirates pitch yesterday for the first time since swapping Islington for Catalonia a couple of years ago. 

The Dail Mirron - Cesc Fabregas shows Arsenal fans the love after Emirates super show
Cesc Fabregas declared his undying love for Arsenal after helping to hit Blackburn for six. Man of the match Fabregas kissed the Arsenal badge as he celebrated his brilliant goal by insisting he does not want to leave.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal 6 Blackburn 2: Don't question my love for Gunners,
says Captain Cesc Fabregas

Cesc Fabregas kissed the badge on his shirt and pointed to Thierry Henry. Having had a hand in the first three, the Arsenal captain had just scored his team's fourth with an effortless half-volley.

Cesc Fabregas produced a virtuoso display as Arsenal hammered Blackburn 6-2 at Emirates Stadium, where Theo Walcott marked his return from injury with a late goal.

The Daily Star - FAB: I'M GUNNER STAY
ARSENAL skipper Cesc Fabregas last night declared his love for Arsenal and rubbished claims he wants to go back to Barcelona.

The Times - Cesc Fabregas inspires Arsenal to thrilling victory over Blackburn Rovers
It felt as if a party planner had been feverishly hard at work. This match marked Arsène Wenger’s thirteenth anniversary as Arsenal manager. His reign began against Blackburn Rovers, which provided nice symmetry, but Wenger is now the club’s longest serving manager, so much more than pleasing coincidences were required.

The Independent - Fabregas finds stage to flourish
Arsenal came of age a long time ago under Arsène Wenger but the 13th anniversary of the Frenchman's time in charge proved that future years at the Emirates are more full with promise than the threat of teenage angst.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal 6 Blackburn Rovers 2: match report
Arsenal underlined their status as the Premier League’s great entertainers this afternoon by recovering from 1-0 and 2-1 deficits to ultimately inflict a resounding 6-2 defeat on Blackburn Rovers.

The Guardian - Cesc Fábregas inspires Arsenal in rout of Blackburn
It seems Cesc Fábregas's Barcelona DNA, something mentioned from sources at the Camp Nou on a repetitive basis, has mutated. While nobody would dispute that the Catalan midfielder has his hometown club in his blood, it is indisputably mixed with red and white cells of a different kind.

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