What the papers say: The joy is six for Cesc

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The News of the World - EVERTON 1, ARSENAL 6
THE gossip before kick-off was that in-demand Joleon Lescott would not play against Arsenal.

The Sunday Mirror - Guardiola rules out Fabregas swoop
Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola has ruled out the possibility of signing Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas this summer.

The People - Everton 1-6 Arsenal
Everton boss David Moyes watched in disbelief as Arsenal ran riot - and Joleon Lescott knocked a couple of zeroes off his value.

The Mail on Sunday - Everton 1 Arsenal 6: Fabulous Cesc Fabregas stars as Gunners go goal crazy
Just three minutes into the second half, Cesc Fabregas ended this match as a meaningful contest and left Everton to count the cost of the Joleon Lescott soap opera.

The Daily Star Sunday - MOYESIE'S PIG-SIX
ARSENE WENGER has often been accused of talking double Dutch but he was happy to let his stars talk up their title chances at Goodison.

The Daily Express - LOSING NOT AN OPTION – WENGER
IF Arsenal lose to Celtic in the Champions League qualifier it will be a disaster, says Gunners boss Arsene Wenger.

The Sunday Times - Arsenal rout shows profits of patient approach
IN FOOTBALL there are two different routes to success, build towards it or buy it.

The Sunday Telegraph - Everton 1 Arsenal 6: match report
A summer of whispering doubt, silenced. Arsenal started this season apparently clutching desperately to their place at the Premier League’s top table, hoping against hope for a future that may never arrive. Within 41 minutes, it was evident rumours of their demise had been greatly exaggerated.

The Observer - Cesc Fábregas takes two to seal Arsenal rout at sorry Everton
Arsène Wenger and David Moyes have both been characteristically parsimonious in the transfer market this summer, but Everton's defence proved remarkably profligate as the visitors ran riot.

The Independent on Sunday - Vintage Fabregas helps Arsenal to six of best
Arsène Wenger's insistence that Arsenal can win the Premier League looks a shade less fanciful this morning.

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