What the papers say: Wenger annoyed by complacency, infuriated by arrogant Dutch

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The Sun - Wenger in Van Persie battle
ARSENAL and Holland are heading for a row over Robin van Persie. The striker has not played since injuring his ankle on August 28.

The Daily MirrorWenger fuming after Arsenal defeat and van Persie Dutch call-up
Arsene Wenger accused his team of being ­“complacent” after Arsenal were taught a painful Champions League lesson last night.

The Daily MailArsene Wenger facing Robin van Persie row as injured Arsenal striker is named in Holland squad
Arsene Wenger has expressed his shock that Robin van Persie has been named by Bert van Marwijk in Holland's preliminary 24-man squad for a friendly against Turkey on November 17.

The Daily Express - EDUARDO INSPIRES SHAKHTAR VICTORY
Eduardo returned to haunt his old club as Shakhtar Donetsk fought back from a goal down to beat Arsenal 2-1 in the Champions League Group H clash at Donbass Arena.

The Daily Star - SHAKHTAR DONETSK 2 - ARSENAL 1: YOU LOT BLEW IT BLASTS WENGER
ARSENE WENGER accused his scratch team of taking their foot off the pedal after they missed the chance to book an early place in the last 16.

The Independent - Nightmare for Eastmond as Eduardo sinks listless Arsenal
Arsenal's grip on Group H of the Champions League was loosened by defeat in the eastern Ukraine last night, Shakhtar Donetsk joining them on nine points at the top of the table and Sporting Braga, whom Arsenal visit next, now only three points behind after victory over Partizan Belgrade. Both coaches had predicted a very different game to the London side's 5-1 win over the same opponents a fortnight ago, and so it proved.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger: 'complacency' behind Arsenal loss to Shakhtar Donetsk
Arsène Wenger said that Arsenal's 2-1 defeat by Shakhtar Donetsk last night, their first loss in Champions League Group H, had been due to "complacency".

The Daily Telegraph - Arsène Wenger blames Arsenal's 'complacency' for surprise defeat at Shakthar Donetsk
Arsène Wenger felt Arsenal suffered from complacency after they saw Shakhtar Donetsk overturn a one-goal deficit and delay his team's passage into the Champions League last 16.

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