What the papers say: Glory Guns with balls of steel

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The Sun - Roma 1 Arsenal 0
LUCK, determination and sheer balls of steel. Say what you like about Arsenal’s kids but never EVER question their character. 

The Daily Mail - Penalty kings: Wenger salutes Arsenal’s brave shootout stars after victory in Rome
Arsene Wenger saluted the coolness and courage of his Arsenal team as they emerged victorious from a penalty shoot-out in the intimidating atmosphere of Rome's Olympic Stadium.

The Daily Express - MAX’S MISS GIFTS ARSENAL A SPOT PRIZE
Arsenal kept their heads to win a penalty shoot-out in sudden death here as they stormed into the quarter-finals.

The Daily Star - GLORY GUNS ROME 'N DRY
There was just one Tonetto last night for Arsene Wenger – as the Gunners reached the Champions League quarter-finals on penalties in Rome.

The Times - Penalty drama brings relief to Arsène Wenger after arduous night of close calls
The only way to prove that this generation of Arsène Wenger’s team are not a group on a perpetual journey of self-improvement who never quite reach their destination is to win something significant, to deliver on their promise.

The Independent - Gunners survive shoot-out
Arsenal's Champions League tie did not extend to eternity in the Eternal City last night, just 10 minutes shy of three hours, but for Arsène Wenger it must have felt like for ever until Max Tonnetto, a journeyman 34-year-old left-back, finally hit the headlines when he blasted the 16th penalty of the penalty shoot-out high into a horrified Curva Nord.

The Guardian - Wenger proud of progress as mental strength proves decisive
Arsène Wenger hailed the character of his players after they weathered an initial onslaught from Roma to win through to the Champions League quarter-finals on penalties at the Stadio Olimpico.

The Independent - Gunners survive shoot-out
Arsenal's Champions League tie did not extend to eternity in the Eternal City last night, just 10 minutes shy of three hours, but for Arsène Wenger it must have felt like for ever until Max Tonnetto, a journeyman 34-year-old left-back, finally hit the headlines when he blasted the 16th penalty of the penalty shoot-out high into a horrified Curva Nord.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal complete English set after penalty shoot-out win in Rome
With English football again utterly dominant in Europe, it was perhaps appropriate that Arsenal should seal their progress to the Champions League quarter-finals in Rome, the home of an empire that once ruled the entire continent.

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