What the papers say: Arsenal players apologise for Braga embarrassment

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The SunWe must not be Champs chumps
JOHAN DJOUROU admits it would be a "disaster" if Arsenal failed to reach the last 16 of the Champions League.

The Daily MirrorFabregas fears rest the only cure for hamstring woes
Cesc Fabregas fears he now needs a rest to solve the hamstring problem which has plagued him all season.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal were being lazy all over the pitch in shock Braga defeat
It doesn't matter how much skill you have - success is built on hard work, attitude and a willingness to work for your team-mates. There were not enough of those qualities on show for Arsenal on Tuesday night.

The Daily Express - ARSENAL'S CESC FABREGAS LOOKS LIKE HE NEEDS A LONG REST
ARSENAL could be forced into protecting the fitness of skipper Cesc Fabregas as fears grow their star midfielder is approaching burn-out.

The Daily Star - ARSENAL'S CESC FABREGAS: I'LL BE FIT FOR CRUNCH!
Cesc Fabregas could be back in action for Arsenal’s final Champions League qualifier.

The Independent - Why Arsenal's greatest strength can also be their main weakness
The 2-0 Champions League defeat to Braga highlighted problems that threaten to wreck a promising season.

The Guardian - Arsenal may target Manchester United clash for Cesc Fábregas comeback
Arsenal are waiting anxiously on the results of a scan to hear how long the hamstring injury picked up by Cesc Fábregas during the 2-0 defeat by Braga will keep him out of the side.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal players Jack Wilshere, Johan Djourou and Denilson apologise for Champions League defeat to Braga
After Arsène Wenger had furiously pointed an accusing finger at Uefa, the match officials and even the Braga players following Tuesday’s shock defeat, there was only remorse and candour on Wednesday from his Arsenal squad.

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