What the papers say: Walcott maintains goals ratio to send Arsenal through

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The Sun - Newcastle 0 Arsenal 4
THERE was a time when Arsene Wenger could not give two hoots about the Carling Cup. But try telling the Arsenal boss that the second cup competition in English football means nothing now.

The Daily MirrorWenger: More to come from Walcott
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is confident there is more to come from striker Theo Walcott after seeing him help fire the Gunners into the Carling Cup quarter-finals.

The Daily MailTheo at the double as Gunners stroll into last eight yet again
Like falling leaves and dark nights, autumn means Arsenal will reach the last eight of the League Cup.

The Daily Express - ARSENAL GO ON RAMPAGE AFTER FREAK OWN-GOAL BY NEWCASTLE
ARSENAL cruised into the draw for Carling Cup quarter-finals last night with a 4-0 win over Newcastle at St James’ Park.

The Daily Star - NEWCASTLE 0 - ARSENAL 4: THEO WALCOTT AT THE DOUBLE
ARSENE WENGER saw Theo Walcott strike twice last night to sink Newcastle and fire  Arsenal into the Carling Cup quarter-finals.

The Independent - Nightmare for Krul as Walcott cuts Newcastle down to size
While arsene Wenger was left to wax lyrical over Theo Walcott's return to form while reflecting on a place in the last eight of the Carling Cup, Chris Hughton's main task in the aftermath of a particularly harsh scoreline was to ensure everyone he'll still be in charge this weekend.

The Guardian - Arsenal build on lucky rebound to swagger past Newcastle United
For a side who are supposed to be taking the Carling Cup seriously this season, Arsenal enjoyed an unusually frivolous passage into the quarter finals. There were frequent spells when Arsène Wenger's players could barely string two passes together and numerous moments when their defence came completely undone, but they still managed to satisfy those shareholders clamouring for trophies by somehow conjuring four variously comedic, controversial and classically sublime goals.

The Daily Telegraph - Newcastle United 0 Arsenal 4
It has taken a while for Arsene Wenger to fully embrace the Carling Cup but the way team Arsenal grabbed this game with both hands show just how desperate he is to give the much-maligned trophy a loving hug as the Frenchman attempts to end the club’s wait for major silverware.

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