What the papers say: Arsenal make Champions League history

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The Sun Hold your heads high, lads
ARSENE WENGER hailed his brave young Guns for a battling performance in the Olympiakos cauldron.

The Daily MirrorWenger: Experience will boost youngsters
Arsene Wenger has no doubts his young Gunners will have grown from their "big jump" into the Champions League, despite going down 1-0 to Olympiacos after a battling display during last night's final Group H clash in Athens.

The Daily MailLeonardo has last word to ruin night for Arsene Wenger's young Guns in Greece
Arsene Wenger is meticulous when it comes to Arsenal's youngsters being schooled in the same way as their senior team-mates. There was plenty of evidence of the wisdom of that policy last night as the club's young record-breakers acquitted themselves admirably here against seasoned European campaigners in Olympiakos.

ARSENAL’S Young Guns might have fired blanks last night but they left Athens with their pride fully intact.

The Times - Aaron Ramsey shows promise in Athens cauldron
An ancient capital witnessed a very modern Arsenal last night, as the youngest starting line-up in Champions League history displayed a maturity far beyond their years but were undone by a single lapse that should not obscure the invention and elegance of much of their play. Rarely can a defeat have inspired such a sense of optimism.

The Independent - Ramsey shines while young Gunners lose with honour
Arsene Wenger can rarely have enjoyed a defeat so much. With qualification for the last 16 of the Champions League already in the bag, last night's match against Olympiakos was all about how his young stars would get on: despite defeat courtesy of a Geraldo Leonardo goal, he will have been pleased with what he saw.

The Daily Telegraph Arsene Wenger in awe of record breaking Arsenal despite Champions League loss
Arsene Wenger has outlined his pride in Arsenal after they lost 1-0 to Olympiakos but still set a new record as the youngest team in Champions League history.

The Guardian - Aaron Ramsey shines brightest but Arsenal's young stars fade
Arsène Wenger made a piece of history in Greece's ancient capital by naming the youngest team ever to grace the Champions League. The average age of his starting lineup was 21 and it eclipsed that of Ajax's class of 2003, the previous holders of the distinction.

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