What the papers say: It's all about Eduardo with a comeback brace

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The Sun Eduardo's miracle comeback
EDUARDO DA SILVA wept with joy as he capped an amazing comeback from his leg-break horror with a double strike. 

The Daily Mirror - Eduardo makes perfect comeback as Gunners reach 5th round
Striker Eduardo put a year of injury hell behind him to score twice on his Arsenal comeback as they outclassed Cardiff to win their FA Cup fourth-round replay at a canter.

The Daily Mail - I'm back: One year after THAT broken leg, Eduardo savours the 'best night of my life'
Eduardo marked his return to the Arsenal first team a year after the horror injury which threatened his career by scoring twice in his side’s FA Cup rout of Cardiff last night. He celebrated on the pitch with Tony Colbert, the fitness coach who helped put the nightmare behind him, then paid tribute afterwards to his family.

The Daily Express - WENGER GETS EDUARDO LIFT
THE magic of the FA Cup is a cliche that is thrown around far too carelessly. But Eduardo’s fairytale return from injury for Arsenal last night was undeniably special.

The Daily Star - ED ACHE'S PAINKILLER
EDUARDO ended a year of agony with a stunning double strike on his Arsenal return  in the FA Cup last night.

The Times - Eduardo wipes away the pain with tears of joy as return inspires Arsenal
Some storylines are simply meant to be. While Eduardo Da Silva’s importance to Arsenal last season was exaggerated, not least by Arsène Wenger seeking to explain his side’s alarming slump, no one would begrudge him last night’s triumphant return.

The Independent - Eduardo strikes twice on his return to fire Arsenal
Last night, Arsène Wenger was given some of the evidence he needs to feel the rest of the season could be fruitful. Yet, with Eduardo's successful comeback, he may have had a wistful feeling too of what might have been, for it was the Croatia striker's injury a year ago that effectively derailed Arsenal's challenge for the league title and deprived them of all momentum in the season's last three months.

The Telegraph - Eduardo double puts Arsenal into FA Cup fifth round at Cardiff's expense
Fifty-one dreadful weeks ago, Eduardo was lifted into a Birmingham hospital bed, his left leg mangled, his career in doubt. Last night, the Arsenal striker returned to competitive combat, showing he had lost none of his skill, predatory touch or appetite for the physical demands of his profession.

The Guardian - Eduardo storms back with two goals to crush Cardiff
Against strangely becalmed opponents this was the type of smooth and slick display with telling end product that Arsenal have often struggled to find this season. That the prime mover in this was Eduardo, who marked an emotional return with two goals, only added to a sense that here was a renaissance of sorts for the footballing ethos and philosophy of Arsène Wenger.

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