What the papers say: Wenger endures worst night of his career as Arsenal crash out

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The Sun - 11 men v 11 babies
PATRICE EVRA celebrated Manchester United’s crushing victory over Arsenal by branding them a bunch of babies.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal 1-3 Manchester United (United win 4-1 on aggregate)
A masterclass, not a contest, the sweetest night Sir Alex Ferguson has ever enjoyed at Arsene Wenger’s expense.

The Daily Mail - Same again for Sir Alex! Manchester United boss eyes second straight Champions League title
Sir Alex Ferguson tipped Manchester United to make Champions League history by defending their title in Rome on May 27 after seeing his side humiliate Arsenal at the Emirates.

The Daily Express - GUTSY ARSENAL'S DETERMINATION NOT ENOUGH
JOHN DILLON sees Manchester United move through the gears into the fast lane, leaving Wenger’s young Arsenal team still in the pits.

The Daily Star - CRISTIANO RONS RIOT
A dazzling two-goal blast by Cristiano Ronaldo booked Manchester United’s place in the Champions League Final.

The Times - Sir Alex Ferguson eyes his place in history as Manchester United crush Arsenal
Sir Alex Ferguson urged his Manchester United players to make history by retaining the Champions League after booking their place in the final last night courtesy of a 4-1 aggregate win over Arsenal.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger laments 'disappointing' night
Arsene Wenger watched his dream of a first European Cup disappear after just 11 minutes of last night's semi-final and admitted that it had been the worst night of his football career.

The Independent - ‘Hurt’ Wenger feels the pain as United march on
A third Champions League trophy is within his grasp, but Sir Alex Ferguson's joy was tempered by what he described as the "tragedy" of Darren Fletcher missing the final in Rome on 27 May after a night which Arsène Wenger described as the most disappointing of his 25 years in management.

The Guardian - This was my worst night ever, admits Wenger, as Arsenal crash out
Arsène Wenger described his side's capitulation at the hands of Manchester United as the most harrowing night of his 25 years in management. The Arsenal manager blamed individual errors but accepted that his team could not handle Cristiano Ronaldo and that Sir Alex Ferguson's men had earned their place in the final.

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