What the papers say: Celtic call for Eduardo ban as Arsenal outpass and outclass Scottish giants

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The Sun - Cheat-Ed!
EDUARDO was branded a diver and a cheat last night by furious Celtic, who want the striker banned by UEFA.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists Eduardo did not dive to win crucial Champions League penalty
Arsene Wenger last night claimed Eduardo did not dive after the Arsenal striker was caught up in a cheat storm. Celtic players were incensed and angrily confronted the striker after he went down under keeper Artur Boruc's challenge to win a penalty which he converted.

The Daily Mail - Ban Eduardo! Celtic fury at Arsenal star’s penalty dive
Furious Celtic players last night urged UEFA to ban Eduardo after the Croat clearly dived for the penalty that put Arsenal on course for the Champions League group stages.

ARSENE WENGER’S faith in his young guns has been much derided as the trophies have eluded Arsenal these last four years.

EDUARDO sent Arsenal towards Champions League heaven last night with a controversial penalty.

The Times - Celtic demand ban for Eduardo
Arsenal brushed aside Celtic to advance to the Champions League group stage last night, but the Scottish side were infuriated by an alleged dive by Eduardo da Silva that led to the goal that killed off the contest.

The Independent - Celtic call for Eduardo to be handed European ban
The Celtic midfielder Massimo Donati demanded that Eduardo da Silva, the Arsenal striker, be banned by Uefa for cheating in the wake of his shocking dive last night. The Croatian international conned the Spanish referee to win the penalty from which he scored the first goal in Arsenal's 3-1 victory.

The Daily Telegraph - Eduardo should be banned for two games for 'dive', says Celtic's Massimo Donati
Celtic midfielder Massimo Donati has called on Uefa to ban Eduardo for two games following the storm over Arsenal’s penalty in Wednesday night’s Champions League qualifier.

The Guardian - Eduardo takes flight as Arsenal put on masterclass
This tie was critical to Arsenal for the Champions League riches that lay at the end of it, yet those vast sums were earned with little trouble over a 5-1 aggregate victory. Any annoyance to the home side's manager, Arsène Wenger, will lie in the injury to the substitute Aaron Ramsey that had the side completing the night with 10 men.

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