What the papers say: Fortune favours the brave as Arsenal return from Celtic with record scoreline

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The Sun - They think it’s Gall over
ARSENAL are hot on the trail of the Champions League big guns - thanks to two goals even boss Arsene Wenger rated lucky.

The Daily Mirror - Arsene Wenger praises 'lucky warriors' for Champions League win over Celtic
Arsene Wenger last night admitted Arsenal got lucky - and then praised his Champions League warriors for winning their fight.

The Daily Mail - Wenger rage: Arsene has pop at Celtic after Arsenal strike lucky
Arsene Wenger accused Celtic of trying to rough up his players after two slices of luck put Arsenal on the brink of their 12th successive Champions League campaign.

ARSENAL succeeded where so many European giants have failed by breaching fortress Celtic last night.

The Times - Arsenal reveal the Midas touch to floor Celtic
Arsène Wenger admitted that Arsenal were lucky with both goals in last night’s 2-0 Champions League play-off win over Celtic, although it would take an outrageous reversal of fortune for them to be eliminated in next Wednesday’s second leg at the Emirates Stadium.

The Independent - Caldwell's gaffe helps Arsenal confirm the difference in class
The competing attractions playing in Glasgow last night were U2 and Arsenal but if you had been forced to choose one then it would have to be Arsène Wenger's men in their sparkling early-season form. Playing like this they are, as someone once said, even better than the real thing.

The Daily Telegraph - Celtic 0 Arsenal 2
Tony Mowbray could call on Fortune on Tuesday night but Arsène Wenger was able to call on Lady Luck. Deflections off William Gallas and Gary Caldwell carried Arsenal to within touching distance of the group stage of the Champions League. 

The Guardian - New-look Arsenal aim to capitalise on Cesc Fábregas's craft
There are few more uplifting atmospheres in European football than that at Celtic Park in the minutes before kick-off. The chorus of You'll Never Walk Alone never fails to stir the senses and when the Champions League aria is played, it can be difficult to hear.

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