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The Sun - Olympiakos 3 Arsenal 1
THERE was no Greek tragedy in Athens last night. It was more of a goalkeeping pantomime.
The Daily Mirror - Wenger: We were not convincing... And Santos will be out 'for a while'
Andre Santos left the stadium wearing a protective boot to cap a miserable night for the under-strength Gunners.
The Daily Mail - Olympiakos were worthy winners, says Wenger after Arsenal defeat
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger admitted his side deserved to lose as they went down 3-1 to Olympiakos in Greece in the Champions League Tuesday night.
The Daily Express - OLYMPIAKOS 3 ARSENAL 1: IT’S ALL GREEK TO SORRY GUNNERS
THIS was not so much a Greek tragedy, but more a comedy of errors for Arsenal as they fell to a first Champions League defeat of the season in Athens.
The Daily Star - OLYMPIACOS 3 - ARSENAL 1: WOUNDED GUNS LEFT OUT OF LUK
ARSENAL suffered a double injury blow in a game that meant nothing to them.
The Independent - Santos adds to Arsenal's defensive crisis
Thank goodness it didn't matter. Arsène Wenger's plan to deploy an experienced defence and provide a platform for his youngsters to express themselves backfired in alarming fashion as Arsenal surrendered their unbeaten record in Champions League Group F.
The Guardian - Arsenal's Greek experiment ends in exit for hosts Olympiakos
This was no tragedy for Arsenal, more black comedy, as defensive blunders served to blot their Champions League Group F record. Yet the most notable damage was that visited upon André Santos's right ankle, with Arsène Wenger admitting that the left-back faced "a while" on the sidelines.
The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal made to pay the price for defensive mistakes as Arsène Wenger fields virtual reserve team against Olympiakos
“What I will do is make sure we are completely solid defensively.” That, at least, had been the pre-match promise from Arsene Wenger as he tried to reassure Borussia Dortmund and Marseille that they had nothing to fear from him selecting a virtual reserve team against Olympiakos last night.
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