What the papers say: Cesc boosts Arsenal as Gunners brush aside Orient

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The SunI’m Gunning for Man Utd
ARSENE WENGER last night watched Arsenal stroll to an FA Cup quarter-final blockbuster against Manchester United.

The Daily Mirror - Wenger can't wait for United rematch
Arsene Wenger last night welcomed the return of the old rivalry with Manchester United after setting up an FA Cup quarter-final at Old Trafford.

The Daily MailI'll be back to take on Barcelona, vows Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas
Cesc Fabregas is confident of leading Arsenal out in Barcelona, despite being ruled out of Saturday’s game at home to Sunderland by boss Arsene Wenger.

The Daily ExpressARSENAL 5 LEYTON ORIENT 0: NICKLAS BENDTNER THROWS HIS HAT IN THE RING
ARSENAL have been waiting six years to properly renew their  rivalry with Manchester United, but, make no mistake, it is very much Wenger versus Ferguson again this season.

The Daily Star - ARSENAL 5 LEYTON ORIENT 0: GUNNERS LIFT FROM SLICK NIC HAT-TRICK
NICKLAS BENDTNER helped Arsenal forget their Carling Cup disaster by putting plucky Leyton Orient to the sword.

The Independent - Bendtner grabs hat-trick to set up tantalising tie in Manchester
So to Old Trafford where, a week on Saturday, Arsène Wenger's team face Manchester United in the FA Cup quarter-finals for what will be the first game in a two-part skirmish for the spoils of English football this season. After a brief interlude Wenger v Sir Alex Ferguson is back on.

The GuardianNicklas Bendtner upstages Marouane Chamakh in Camp Nou audition
When Arsène Wenger relates "bad news" about an Arsenal injury and suggests that he will be out for "the next three weeks, for sure", seasoned watchers of the manager tend to double the estimate. Especially when the player is Robin van Persie.

The Daily TelegraphArsenal captain Cesc Fabregas vows to be fit to face Barcelona in Champions League
Arsenal’s injured captain Cesc Fabregas remains optimistic that he will be fit to play against Barcelona in the Nou Camp next week.

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