What the papers say: Drogba downs dismal Gunners - again

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The Sun - You flops are all out of excuses
IT does not get much worse than this for Arsenal. Just two wins now in 15 against Chelsea, 11 points behind the leaders, the title as good as conceded and another humiliation to go with the 4-1 thrashing by the same opponents at the Emirates late last season.

The Daily Mirror - Arsene Wenger claims two-goal Chelsea hero Didier Drogba had little impact
Didier Drogba last night produced an awesome display to shoot Chelsea 11 points clear of Arsenal and leave Arsene Wenger confused. The Gunners boss incredibly claimed two-goal Drogba - who tore his men apart - did very little in the game.

SORE loser Arsene Wenger astonishingly claimed two-goal Didier Drogba did not do much in Chelsea’s impressive win at the Emirates.

The Daily Mail - I'm No 1: Arsene Wenger doesn't see it, but Chelsea's Didier Drogba smashes Arsenal - again
Arsene Wenger astonishingly questioned Didier Drogba’s contribution as Chelsea moved five points clear at the top of the Barclays Premier League with a commanding 3-0 win at Arsenal.

CHELSEA ticked off another title test last night and once again showed Arsenal how the hard work is done in the most emphatic style.

The Times - Arsene Wenger: outcome of Arsenal v Chelsea ‘decided’ by referee
Arsène Wenger complained vehemently that a “massive mistake” by Andre Marriner, the referee, had denied Arsenal a way back into their match against Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium yesterday, adding that this was not the first time this season that his team had been undone by the match officials.

The Independent - Drogba brushes past Arsenal's feeble challenge
Sitting on the bench at the end of the game, having wreaked havoc on Arsenal, Didier Drogba spent the last five minutes signing autographs for the home fans. And if you think that was humiliating for Arsenal, it was nothing compared to the game itself.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsène Wenger rages over referee as Arsenal title hopes fade in Chelsea defeat
Carlo Ancelotti wore a woolly hat which, with his chubby cheeks, made him look like Benny Hawkins, but it was Arsenal who hit a Crossroads on Sunday.

The Guardian - Didier Drogba's golden touch snuffs out Arsenal flame
Arsène Wenger said that the "funny" thing about Didier Drogba was that "he doesn't do a lot" after the Chelsea striker had taken centre stage in another victory over Arsenal.

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