What the papers say: Arsenal rewrite record books with trouncing of Braga

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The Sun - Arsene hails super Cesc
ARSENAL chief Arsene Wenger says Cesc Fabregas has taken his game to a new dimension since missing out on a dream move to Barcelona.

The Daily Mirror - Wilshere proves he's a top Gunner
The usual virtuosos strutted their stuff in style last night. Cesc Fabregas was magnificent, Andrey Arshavin was like quicksilver and Samir Nasri's darting runs pulled Braga out of shape.

The Daily Mail - Cesc Fabregas is moving into a new dimension, says Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger
Arsenal's six-goal victory was the biggest winning margin for an opening group stage match in Champions League history.

The Daily Express - ARSENAL: ARSENE WENGER BOYS ARE STYLE COUNCIL 
THERE may be a slight feeling of ‘same old, same old’ about winning a Champions League group-stage game here. Repetitive, yes. Boring, most certainly not.

The Daily Star - WENGER: FABREGAS IS ARSENAL'S LOVE-MACHINE
ARSENE WENGER claimed Cesc Fabregas proved his love for the club last night with a Champions League masterclass.

The Independent - Six-shooting Gunners run riot
After the stalemates, the deluge. On Tuesday Manchester United drew a blank and Spurs threw away a two-goal lead, but last night the Premier League's assault on Europe began in earnest as Arsenal and Chelsea scored 10 goals between them.

The Guardian - Cesc Fábregas and Arsenal hit Braga for six in Champions League
Arsenal were too good for their own good. As people around Europe glance at this result they will feel only scorn for Braga, a team apparently out of their depth. That will do a grave disservice to the Portuguese club, who got this far by beating Sevilla home and away. Braga's real weakness was a readiness to play in an open manner and so ensure that Arsène Wenger's side had space to show off their glittering movement.

The Daily Telegraph - Cesc Fabregas in another dimension, says Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger
There were two options open to Cesc Fabregas when he was denied what was his dream move to Barcelona during the summer.

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