What the papers say: Bendtner's brace bolsters belief for Arsenal

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The Sun - WBA 1 Arsenal 3
NICKLAS BENDTNER finally looks in the pink — and this time it has nothing to do with his footwear.

The Daily Mirror - Nicklas Bendtner double sinks Baggies
Arsene Wenger last night tipped Nicklas Bendtner to finally silence the Arsenal boo-boys after the striker's brilliant brace at West Brom.

The Daily Mail - Gunners finally find their range to claim crucial win
Just when Arsene Wenger needed a break after six hours without a Premier League goal, the worst rearguard in the top flight lived up to its reputation and provided one.

Nicklas Bendtner ended Arsenal's Barclays Premier League goal drought as they swept aside struggling West Brom in a 3-1 victory which rekindles their hopes of a Champions League spot.

RED-HOT Nicklas Bendtner ended Arsenal’s goal drought in style at The Hawthorns.

The Times - Nicklas Bendtner pounces on errors to end goal famine
These are the opponents that Arsenal have been waiting to play. With his team not having scored a league goal since January, Arsène Wenger must have been smacking his lips with anticipation at facing West Bromwich Albion and sure enough, Nicklas Bendtner led a first-half goal chase that brought to an end a debilitating sequence of four successive goalless draws that have cost Arsenal dear in the pursuit of a Champions League place.

The Independent - Rampaging Bendtner leaves Albion reeling
Ok, it was only the Albion. But this was the kind of emphatic rout that may just put Arsenal's season back on track and, with it, resurrect the career of the maligned Nicklas Bendtner.

The Telegraph - Nicklas Bendtner ends Arsenal drought
Tony Mowbray, the West Bromwich Albion manager, likes to read Sun Tzu, but one of the basic principles of the 4th Century BC Chinese military strategist is that of picking your fights, engaging the enemy only when the conditions most suit.

The Guardian - Bendtner the tonic as Gunners end their goal drought
For a team without a goal in six hours of Premier League football, it is difficult to imagine more accommodating opponents. Arsenal's support cleared their vocal chords for a rare rendition of Nicklas Bendtner's name but they ought to have requested a fixture with West Bromwich Albion every week.

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