What the papers say: Arsenal ease past Shakhtar but Eduardo steals show

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The Sun - Arsenal 5 Shakhtar 1
CESC FABREGAS finally returned for Arsenal last night - yet there were SIX other reasons why Gunners fans went home happy.

The Daily MirrorEduardo given standing ovation as Arsenal run riot in Champions League
Eduardo was given a standing ovation after scoring on his return to the Emirates - but only after Arsenal had run riot in Europe again.

The Daily Mail - Cesc Fabregas's return inspires super display from the Gunners
If this was billed as a top of the table clash in Group H of the UEFA Champions League, nobody told magnificent Arsenal.

The Daily Express - ARSENAL V SHAKHTAR: KEEPER CURSE PUTS THE GUNNERS ON SONG
GOALKEEPING nightmares have become standard fare at Arsenal games over the past 12 months. But there was a refreshing change last night, as it was the opposing stopper who suffered an attack of the jitters.

The Daily Star - ARSENAL'S DEMOLITION
JACK Wilshere led Arsenal’s  devastating demolition job last night.The young England midfielder’s goal was the pick of the crop as the Gunners destroyed Shakhtar Donetsk.

The Independent - Fabregas back to lift Arsenal into European comfort zone
There was the rare sight of silverware being paraded at the Emirates last night – and gold and bronze. Arsenal had invited three of England's Commonwealth Games swimmers, Becky Adlington, Liam Tancock and Keri-Anne Payne, to show off their medals at half-time.

The Guardian - Arsenal's Jack Wilshere and Cesc Fábregas show perfect synchronicity
Cesc Fábregas and Jack Wilshere could form a radiant Arsenal midfield duo. But only if Fábregas stays in London and Wilshere can stay on the pitch. At 18, a player needs a little devil in him to survive but he could do without headline writers calling him "Jack the Bad".

The Daily Telegraph - Jack Wilshere proves that pressure is no problem as glittering future beckons at Arsenal
With even the most gifted and dedicated young footballer, the last lingering question about their development generally relates to their capacity to handle pressure.

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