What the papers say: Against the odds Arsenal come back to win in Belgium

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The Sun Kneesy does it
EDUARDO dived in to save Arsenal from a Champions League disaster last night.

The Mirror - Wenger: I knew Eduardo would dive in with the winner
Arsene Wenger last night praised last gasp hero Eduardo after claiming it was “inevitable” he scored Arsenal's winner.

The Daily Mail - Eduardo to the rescue as Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger salutes his team's belief
Eduardo snatched a late winner for Arsenal as they fought back from two goals down in the first five minutes to beat Standard Liege 3-2 in their opening Champions League tie.

The Daily Express - GUNNERS FIGHT BACK TO STEAL WIN
Arsenal fought back from going 2-0 down inside five minutes to win their opening Champions League Group H clash against Standard Liege in Belgium.

The Daily Star - EDUARDO REDEEMS HIMSELF
EDUARDO went from villain to hero last night – just two days after being given an amazing reprieve by UEFA.

The Times - Eduardo da Silva makes most of reprieve with much-needed winning goal
Late goals from Thomas Vermaelen and Eduardo da Silva completed a remarkable recovery for Arsenal in their opening group H match in the Champions League last night.

The Independent - Eduardo enjoys reprieve to seal Arsenal comeback
For a long time last night it seemed Michel Platini would have the last laugh, but in the end Eduardo was smiling again.

The Daily Telegraph - Standard Liège 2 Arsenal 3
A giant banner greeted Arsenal on Wednesday night with a simple but imposing message from the 'Ultras’ of Standard Liège. “Vendetta,” it read. Most of this young Arsenal team probably had little idea what it meant, but the home fans were determined to ensure their team clearly understood the humiliation that Arsenal had inflicted with a 7-0 victory on their last visit to this part of Belgium some 16 years ago.

The Guardian - Eduardo makes most of reprieve to cap Arsenal comeback at Liège
After the turmoil of recent weeks, Arsenal might have hoped for a serene evening in Belgium, one in which their Champions League group phase campaign could be ushered in gently but successfully. Instead, and not to any great surprise, it was ignited in a blaze of emotion and controversy. Arsène Wenger's team cannot do things the easy way.

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