What the papers say: Arsenal sink yellow submarine to set up semi clash with Man Utd

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The Sun - Arsene has a jig for joy
ARSENE WENGER danced for joy last night as Arsenal booked a Champions League semi-final with old foe Manchester United. 

The Daily Mirror - Gunners romp past Spaniards to set up showdown with Man United
Arsenal have been portrayed as a club in crisis this season but they are now in the Champions League semi-final after sweeping past Villarreal at the Emirates Stadium.

The Daily Mail - Stun Gunners: Arsenal romp sets up semi showdown with United
Arsene Wenger saluted his confident Arsenal team after their destruction of Villarreal last night and set his sights on European champions Manchester United.

Arsenal swept past Villarreal 3-0 (4-1 on aggregate) at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday to book a Champions League semi-final meeting with Manchester United.

Arsene Wenger believes his young Arsenal side will relish the chance to test themselves against Champions League holders Manchester United - but maintains focus must first be on securing a place in the FA Cup final with victory over Chelsea at Wembley this weekend.

The TimesArsène Wenger's men united in belief they will prevail
It was inconceivable, in the immediate aftermath of the 3-0 defeat by Manchester City in November that left Arsenal abashed and adrift, that spring would bring a Champions League semi-final against Manchester United. Even more improbable was that Arsène Wenger’s side would go into such a tie not just hoping they can beat United, but genuinely believing it.

Daily Telegraph - Arsenal outplay Villarreal to reach last four date with Manchester United
The road to vindication is not yet complete, but the landscape at Arsenal certainly looks rather different to four months ago.

The Independent - Walcott's magical touch sinks Yellow Submarine
Since Manchester United have failed to score in four matches against Villarreal in recent seasons Sir Alex Ferguson will perhaps be pleased Arsenal are his semi-final opponents. Maybe not. In this imperious form Arsenal, whose only defeat in 25 matches was to Roma, whom they then prevailed over on penalties, are a threat to anyone.

The Guardian - Spring-heeled Walcott points way for Arsenal
For 12 long months, Arsenal have nursed a sense of injustice. We have heard it voiced from time to time, usually by the manager Arsène Wenger. His team, he has maintained, did not deserve to lose the second-leg of the Champions League quarter-final at Liverpool, after producing arguably their finest performance of last season.

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