What the papers say: Wilshere and Arshavin sparkle but Fabianski steals headlines

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The Sun - Happy Anski is Gunners’ hero 
LUKASZ FABIANSKI pulled off the impossible as he turned into an Arsenal goalkeeping hero last night.

The Daily Mirror - Chamakh's the way to do it!
Marouane Chamakh passed another B-test last night and turned the lights out on the partisan hordes of Partizan.

The Daily Mail - It's Fab for the Gunners! Stand-in keeper Lukasz Fabianski a star for Arsene Wenger as Arsenal win on the road at last
The lights went out on Arsene Wenger before kick-off at the Stadium Partizan. By the final whistle, however, the Arsenal manager was seeing rays of sunshine.

The Daily Express - ANDREY ARSHAVIN GIVES ARSENAL A BOOST 
ANDREY Arshavin scored once and could have had four as Arsenal ­secured victory with a further two headed goals.

The Daily Star - ARSENAL'S ARSHAVIN SPARKS A PARTI
ARSENAL survived a scare to finally punish ten-man Partizan Belgrade in a Champions League thriller.

The Independent - Wenger hails 'faultless' display from Fabianski
The howl of triumph emitted by Lukasz Fabianski after saving Cleo's second penalty in Belgrade last night revealed the anguish he has suffered in the Arsenal goal.

The Guardian - Sébastien Squillaci seals Arsenal's battling win at Partizan Belgrade
Arsène Wenger is far too urbane ever to wave two fingers at Arsenal's critics but his team had a suitably defiant riposte for those who suggested their soft centre faced exposure in Serbia.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger confident Lukasz Fabianski will emerge as 'great goalkeeper' after heroics
Arsene Wenger has challenged stand-in goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski to make the most of his next chance as Arsenal No 1 after helping his side beat 10-man Partizan Belgrade 3-1 in Serbia - an opportunity which could well come at Chelsea on Sunday.

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