What the papers say: Arsenal can beat anyone, says Wenger

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The Sun - Wenger: Just watch us go
ARSENE WENGER shook hands with Champions League rival Alex Ferguson yesterday — then delivered a stark warning to the Manchester United boss.

The Mirror - Arsenal can beat anyone, Arsene Wenger warns Manchester United
Arsene Wenger sent a Champions League warning to Manchester United after hailing Arsenal’s "brilliant" win over struggling Middlesbrough.  

The Daily Mail - EXCLUSIVE: Wenger rejects offer to manage Bayern Munich
Arsene Wenger has given Arsenal a massive boost by rejecting an ambitious bid by Bayern Munich to instal him as their new manager.

The Daily Express - FABREGAS DOUBLE DOWNS STRUGGLING BORO
Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas fired his side to a 2-0 win over relegation-battlers Middlesbrough.

The Daily Star - FAB'S RED ALERT
CESC FABREGAS fired a two-goal warning to a watching Sir Alex Ferguson yesterday.

The Times - No compromising at Manchester United, says Arsene Wenger
Arsène Wenger has pledged that Arsenal will take the game to Manchester United in Wednesday’s Champions League semi-final, first leg. Arsenal have conceded six goals in their past two matches at Old Trafford, but the manager insists his side will not sacrifice their attacking principles in an attempt to stay in the tie.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's Arsene Wenger ready to take on the world and win
Arsene Wenger has responded to fresh defensive injury concerns ahead of the Champions League semi-final showdown against Manchester United by saying Arsenal could beat any team in the world.

The Independent - Fabregas form sets him apart
Sir Alex Ferguson did not come to the Emirates for the sunshine, the hospitality or a cosy chat with his new friend Arsène Wenger. He came yesterday to see with his own eyes the bad news for Manchester United: Cesc Fabregas is back to his very best.

The Guardian - Cesc Fábregas double strike puts Arsenal in the pink and Middlesbrough in big trouble
For a heart-stopping moment, Arsenal's Champions League hopes hung in the balance. Cesc Fábregas lay prone, having been caught in the 10th minute by the Middlesbrough captain Stewart Downing, and the way that he clutched his right leg hinted at a cruelly-timed injury blow.

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