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Jack Wilshere deserved red card, says Gary Neville - paper round-up (1)

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The Premier League returned this weekend following the international break and we were treated to one of the traditional glamour fixtures as Arsenal hosted Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday.

It may have failed to live up to expectation in terms of quality as both teams struggled to find fluidity, but Manchester United were able to snatch a dramatic victory having been up against it for much of the encounter.

Arsenal will have been kicking themselves having failed to make their dominance count in the first-half, with a Kieran Gibbs own goal and a Wayne Rooney finish moving Manchester United into a 2-0 lead.

The home side were able to get a goal back through Olivier Giroud, making his first appearance since breaking his leg, but United could have added a third were it not for some poor finishing from Angel di Maria.

It was a result that enhanced the Champions League ambitions of Manchester United and significantly damaged those of Arsenal, leading to yet more questions about Arsene Wenger’s suitability for the role.

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The Arsenal manager features prominently in the Sunday newspapers as they detail the fallout from this significant blow for the Gunners, and here are the pick of the stories…

Click BEGIN SLIDESHOW to see the top stories from the Sunday papers.

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