What the papers say: Arsenal notch 1000th Wenger goal in style

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The Sun - Bolton lucky not to see more reds
ARSENE WENGER claims Bolton were lucky to escape with just one red card as Arsenal cemented second place.

The Daily Mirror - Jay-Z targets Arsenal shares and says: I want place on board
Jay-Z has reiterated his ambition to buy into Arsenal - and says he wants to be on the Gunners' board.

The Daily Mail - It's 1000-0 to the Arsenal! Arsene Wenger marks landmark with typically attacking win
The time has come to consign to history the mantra of the George Graham era. 'Now it's 1000-0 to the Arsenal,' said Arsene Wenger on Saturday. Not quite, but the Frenchman is allowed some licence after the club reached 1001 Premier League goals under his management, spanning 14 years and 528 games.

The Daily Express - ARSENE WENGER WILL NOT MAKE SONG AND DANCE OVER ARSENAL'S GOAL RUSH 
ASKING Arsene Wenger to pick out his favourite Arsenal goals is much like asking Tiger Woods to name all his conquests. The list is far too long.

The Daily Star - MORE TO COME FROM GUNNERS GRAND MASTER
Arsenal broke through the 1,000 Premier League goal barrier under ­Arsene Wenger – who then ­promised plenty more to come.

The Independent - Wenger reflects on 1,001 reasons to be cheerful
There was, arguably, no better way to celebrate the 1,000th league goal scored by Arsenal under Arsène Wenger than by starting the second thousand in style.

The Guardian - Cesc Fábregas inspires Arsenal against Bolton but questions remain
Again Arsenal have begun the season as they mean to go on, but again there must be doubts about their means of maintaining a sufficiently serious challenge to win prizes at home or abroad.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal motor past grand milestone in defeat of Bolton Wanderers at Emirates Stadium
It was a weekend for milestones, but one particular statistic left Arsène Wenger scratching his head. Not only were Arsenal playing their 700th Premier League game but when Alex Song claimed their third goal he was scoring the 1,000th in the competition under the manager.

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