What the papers say: Wenger's Young Guns humiliate Redknapp's Tots

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The Sun - Totts toppled by young Gunns  
ARSENE WENGER had a bird's eye view as his kids thumped Tottenham's tots 4-1 after extra-time to claim a Carling Cup fourth-round spot.

The Daily Mirror - Tottenham 1-4 Arsenal
The view from the stands put a smile back on Arsene Wenger's face at White Hart Lane last night.

The Daily Mail - Samir Nasri at the double as Gunners rip sloppy Spurs to shreds in extra-time rout
Had Arsene Wenger been on the bench, rather than poking his nose over the barrier that marks the front of the directors' box at White Hart Lane, he might have been tempted to hug the fourth official before whispering sweet nothings in his ear.

The Daily Express - SAMIR NASRI AND ANDREY ARSHAVIN HAND ARSENAL VICTORY 
TWO penalties from Samir Nasri and an Andrey Arshavin strike handed Arsenal this extra-time victory over their fierce local rivals.

The Daily Star - HARRY REDKNAPP'S FURY AT NASRI
SAMIR NASRI was at the centre of a cheat storm last night after firing Arsenal to Carling Cup glory.

The Independent - 'Outstanding' Wilshere takes charge as Spurs are humiliated
Arsene Wenger has never been a passionate advocate for the Carling Cup, using the competition in previous seasons to blood his latest crop of teenagers. However the experience of seeing clubs like Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham lift the trophy at Wembley in recent years has prompted a change of heart.

The Guardian - Andrey Arshavin puts seal on Arsenal's derby destruction of Tottenham
A berth in the fourth round of the Carling Cup was not the real prize. Arsenal treated this match as if its outcome might reverberate for months and perhaps seasons to come. Arsène Wenger selected a far more formidable line-up than is his habit for this competition and then raised the potency again by bringing on Andrey Arshavin and Marouane Chamakh.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's Samir Nasri hails Jack Wilshere after Carling Cup victory over Tottenham
Samir Nasri has lauded Jack Wilshere as a player with a big England future after the Arsenal youngster inspired a 4-1 victory at Tottenham in the Carling Cup.

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