What the papers say: Schoolboy errors cost Arsenal dear

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The Sun - Wenger ref fury as Fab blunders
ARSENE WENGER and Sol Campbell slammed blunder ref Martin Hansson after Arsenal were made to look like lemons.

The Daily Mirror - Wenger: Ref gifted Porto winning goal
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger criticised referee Martin Hansson for allowing the controversial goal which left his side trailing in their last-16 Champions League clash with Porto.

The Daily Mail - Lucasz Fabianski fouls up... but Arsene Wenger refuses to blame Arsenal's blunderman keeper
Arsene Wenger slated referee Martin Hansson last night and refused to blame his stand-in goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski for giving away both Porto goals in their Champions League last-16 tie.

ARSENAL goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski suffered a horror show and Arsene Wenger raged at controversial referee Martin Hansson on a night the Gunners’ boss will want to forget in Porto.

The TimesLukasz Fabianski hands victory to Porto with two goalkeeping blunders
Martin Hansson, the referee at the centre of the “Hand of Henry” controversy, was under fire again last night after being blamed by Arsène Wenger for Arsenal’s 2-1 Champions League defeat away to Porto. 

The Independent'Schoolboy' defenders fail their Portuguese test
Arsene Wenger directed his anger at referee Martin Hansson for allowing Porto's winning goal, but Cesc Fabregas had it right when he described Arsenal's defending as "schoolboy" for both goals his side conceded. 

The Daily Telegraph - Arsène Wenger accuses referee Martin Hansson of a 'massive mistake'
Arsène Wenger reacted with fury on Wednesday night after Martin Hansson, the Swedish referee who missed Thierry Henry’s handball against Ireland, allowed Porto’s bizarre and hugely controversial winner. 

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