What the papers say: Captain Cesc says new found belief is key

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The SunWe thought he was bonkers but Wenger is laughing now
WE all thought he was going bonkers. That Arsene Wenger was no longer merely being stubborn. It appeared that 14 years in North London had started to send him round the bend.

The Daily MirrorCesc: Belief was the key to victory
Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas claimed belief was the key reason behind his side's comprehensive 3-1 defeat of Barclays Premier League title rivals Chelsea.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal prove they have the armoury to win the title
Arsenal have never been in better shape. Last night they proved they have the armoury to win the title. On the pitch, their big players - Robin van Persie and Cesc Fabregas - looked back in the groove and they had a powerful bench, including Chamakh, Diaby, Arshavin and Rosicky, with Vermaelen to return.

The Daily ExpressARSENAL 3, CHELSEA 1: GUNNERS SEIZE A SECOND CHANCE
ARSENAL overcame the  mental barrier that has undermined so many title challenges but, for Chelsea and Carlo  Ancelotti, the hurdle grows taller by the game.

The Daily Star - ARSENAL 3 - CHELSEA 1 - SONG IS A HIT TO FIRE GUNS
FOR ONCE it wasn’t the same old song as ­Arsenal stunned crisis club ­Chelsea last night.

The Independent - Arsenal shake off inferiority complex to heap misery on Blues
At this time of year one imagines that Roman Abramovich's yacht is moored somewhere warm, quiet and expensive, far away from the bone-chilling cold of a Premier League Christmas programme. But no matter how remote, Chelsea's owner is never too far away to eject his managers from Stamford Bridge should he deem it necessary.

The Guardian - Ruthless Arsenal come of age to turn Chelsea's slump into a crisis
The result did not confirm that the days ahead belong to Arsenal, but they have a stake in the future. If Chelsea's display was spasmodic and clumsy, it was, at least in part, because they had no answer to the rhythm of opponents who might now be ready to enter a new phase.

The Daily TelegraphArsenal can no longer be bullied, insists Arsene Wenger
Arsene Wenger says his Arsenal side proved they can no longer be bullied by their title rivals after finally striking a significant psychological blow with a long-overdue victory against Chelsea.

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