What the papers say: Brilliant Arsenal counters secure West Ham comeback

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The Sun - Arsene: I wish I was Fergie
ARSENE WENGER is jealous of Manchester United's FA Cup exit because he reckons it has done them a huge Champions League favour.

The Daily Mirror - West Ham 1-2 Arsenal
Arsene Wenger calmly claimed it had been “just a matter of time“ before Arsenal played their way to victory over West Ham in the FA Cup last night.

The Daily Mail - Gunners late show breaks Hammers hearts at Upton Park
Sir Trevor Brooking may want to look away now but when the full-time whistle split the freezing East End air, West Ham had completed 275 passes compared to Arsenal’s 575.

Arsenal scored twice in five second-half minutes to come from behind to beat West Ham 2-1 at Upton Park and secure their place in the FA Cup fourth round.

The Times - Eduardo da Silva and Aaron Ramsey lead Arsenal fightback
Aaron Ramsey was one of only three players on the pitch at Upton Park to have played in an FA Cup Final and such experience proved telling.

The Independent - Arsenal indebted to Ramsey
In 2007, he was just a 17-year-old kid on the bench for Cardiff City but Aaron Ramsey has come a long way since that day at Wembley. In fact, Ramsey has graduated to running the midfield of one of the most sophisticated teams in Europe.

The Daily Telegraph - West Ham United 1 Arsenal 2
There was a hot frisson of excitement on an afternoon of bitter coldness that Arsène Wenger may have had to contemplate something he has not had to contend before. An exit from the third round of the FA Cup. 

The Guardian - Aaron Ramsey takes Arsenal past resilient West Ham United
A team of real ambition must be impervious to romance. Arsenal hardened their hearts and made their superiority tell just when it seemed they might somehow fail to respond to the opener from West Ham. The home side, striving to stay in the Premier League, have greater priorities, yet the effort to take a fillip from this FA Cup tie was great.

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