What the papers say: Wenger fumes and Abou blows it

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FURIOUS Arsene Wenger last night launched a blistering attack on referee Mike Dean and insisted the official had been intimated by Old Trafford.

The Sunday Mirror - Arsene Wenger frustrated by refereeing decisions during Arsenal's defeat to Manchester United
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger expressed his frustration at the way in which referee Mike Dean handled Arsenal's 2-1 defeat to Manchester United at Old Trafford.

The Sunday People - Arsenal's Abou Diaby gifts points to Man Utd with own goal
Abou Diaby scored a nightmare own goal as Manchester United came from behind to beat Arsenal at Old Trafford last night.

The Mail on Sunday - Wenger bottles it! Arsenal boss is sent off as his side crash to defeat at Old Trafford
Enraged Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was ordered to leave the touchline at Old Trafford last night as his side were beaten in a fiercely contested top-of-the-table Premier League clash by Manchester United.

Manchester United roared back from a half-time deficit to record a controversial 2-1 victory over Arsenal at Old Trafford.

The Daily Star Sunday - BOU MUST BE JOKING
ABOU DIABY was United’s match winner at Old Trafford last night – but should have been Arsenal’s Man of the Match.

The Sunday Times - Abou Diaby own goal lifts Manchester United
WHAT is the difference between Wayne Rooney and Eduardo? “It will be a big difference tomorrow in the newspapers,” Arsène Wenger sniffed.

The Independent on Sunday - United ride their luck and profit from Diaby's despair
Everton, Portsmouth and yes, Celtic, are one thing, Manchester United quite another.

The Sunday Telegraph - Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger could face touchline ban after Old Trafford sending off
Arsène Wenger could face a two-game touchline ban after being sent off during United's 2-1 defeat of Arsenal.

The Observer - Abou Diaby disaster gifts Manchester United three points
Arsène Wenger was sent off in the closing seconds of a frantic five minutes of added time and appeared to hint Darren Fletcher got away with murder, but there was no Scottish conspiracy here.
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