What the papers say: 2-0 but two out as Arsenal progress to knock out stages of Champions League

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The Sun - Wenger in fury over Gibbs KO 
ARSENE WENGER was left raging after losing Kieran Gibbs to a broken foot.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal win comes at a cost as Kieran Gibbs is ruled out for six weeks
Arsene Wenger got the response he wanted as Arsenal eased past Standard Liege to book their place in the last 16 of the Champions League for the tenth season in a row.

The Daily Mail - Arsene Wenger's still not smiling as Kieran Gibbs and William Gallas limp off
Arsene Wenger may think World Cup considerations to be far too premature, but as Arsenal progressed in the Champions League as group winners he might already be thinking about a certain date in the Bernabeu next May.

Arsenal were plunged back into a defensive injury crisis ahead of the showdown with Chelsea as both Kieran Gibbs, with a fractured metatarsal, and William Gallas hobbled out of Tuesday's 2-0 Champions League win over Standard Liege at Emirates Stadium.

DENILSON marked his return from injury in style as Arsenal sealed their place in the Champions League knockout stages.

The Times - Easy does it as Nasri and Denilson secure top spot for Arsenal
It was like taking candy from a baby. A half-strength Arsenal played at half-pace and still sauntered past Standard Liège at the Emirates Stadium last night to win group H of the Champions League. Yet their victory was soured when Kieran Gibbs, the young left back, suffered a broken left foot that could keep him out for up to two months.

The IndependentArsenal's easy progress soured by Gibbs injury
If Arsène Wenger was moved to swear last night it was understandable. This easy victory over a sub-standard Liège team may have secured Arsenal's progress to the knockout stages of the Champions League but it came at a cost. 

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's Champions League progression marred by injury worries
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was left counting the cost of qualification for the Champions League knockout stages as full-back Kieran Gibbs suffered a fractured metatarsal in the 2-0 win over Standard Liège and centre-half William Gallas was left facing a race to be fit for Sunday's crunch showdown with Chelsea. 

The Guardian - Horror foul breaks Kieran Gibbs's foot
Arsenal's preparations for Sunday's home Premier League match with Chelsea have been dealt a severe blow because their left-back Kieran Gibbs has been ruled out for up to three months after fracturing his metatarsal in last night's Champions League 2-0 victory over Standard Liège.

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