What the papers say: Wenger hails brilliant Gunners

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The Sun - Arsenal 4 AZ Alkmaar 1
ARSENE WENGER is known for his Carling Cup kids.

The Mirror - Arsene Wenger hails his 'brilliant' Arsenal side
Arsene Wenger claimed his “brilliant“ Arsenal side have more firepower than the great Invincibles after blowing away AZ Alkmaar last night.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal 4 AZ Alkmaar 1: Action man Andrey Arshavin as good as his word
Arsenal moved another step closer to fulfilling Arsene Wenger’s prediction of silverware this season as they sharpened their cutting edge against AZ Alkmaar.

Cesc Fabregas led by  example and Samir  Nasri was back with a bang as Arsenal put one foot in the last 16.

ARSENE WENGER last night hailed his lethal young Gunners as the best attacking force he has ever had at Arsenal.

The Times - Cesc Fàbregas turns on style in dazzling show of class by Arsenal
Arsenal’s five-year trophy drought may not end this season, but on this evidence they will continue to win friends and influence people all over the world.

The Independent - Arshavin and Fabregas shine in Arsenal stroll
When the mood takes them, as it did last night, Arsenal can make the Champions League look so damned easy it makes you wonder why Arsène Wenger has never managed to get his hands on the trophy that matters most.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's Arsène Wenger wants consistency
Arsène Wenger has hailed his young squad for providing the most attacking options in his time at Arsenal, but challenged the players to continue improving throughout the season.

The Guardian - Cesc Fábregas raises the bar as Arsenal humble Alkmaar
"We have only players who can play and pass the ball and score." At the end of an exhibition of clockwork passing and clinical finishing, Arsène Wenger's conclusion sounded like a statement of the bleedin' obvious.

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