What the papers say: Chamakh brace tames Wolves, Szczesny commits to Arsenal

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The Sun - Wolves 0 Arsenal 2
MAROUANE CHAMAKH netted a fine double but the Gunners were made to show they now have the stomach for a real fight.

The Daily MirrorSzczesny opts to stay with Arsenal
Wojciech Szczesny has agreed a new five-year contract at Arsenal. Szczesny, 20, who was due to become a free agent next summer, is being groomed as Arsenal’s future No1 but had been getting fed-up at a lack of first team chances.

The Daily Mail - I'm so sorry! Cesc Fabregas apologises after his dangerous tackle leaves Wolves defender with 'big cut on his leg'
Arsenal's Cesc Fabregas was forced to apologise to Stephen Ward after his horror tackle resulted in the Wolves defender having to be carried off on a stretcher at Molineux.

The Daily Express - WOLVES STUNNED BY SUCKER PUNCH
THE quickest goal in  Arsenal’s Premier League history was a rapidfire  answer to niggling doubts about whether they are genuine title contenders.

The Daily Star - ARSENAL QUICK OFF THE MAKH
Marouane Chamakh grabbed the quickest Premier League strike of the season with a superb header after just 37 seconds.

The Daily TelegraphWolverhampton Wanderers 0 Arsenal 2
Resilient, efficient and, at times, overly physical: was this really Arsenal? And all on a night when it had been rather cheekily noted at Chelsea that it is now 2,000 days since they won their last trophy.

The Guardian - Marouane Chamakh strikes twice to give Arsenal win at Wolves
Two goals by Marouane Chamakh, one of them the fastest Arsenal have ever scored in the Premier League and the other arriving in second-half stoppage time, left Wolverhampton Wanderers harbouring a familiar lament last night.

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