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Arsenal picking up the pieces after Champions League horror show

The ESPN FC panel discuss the necessary elements to a potential Arsenal victory over Everton.

Arsenal's disappointment in the wake of Wednesday's Champions League disaster has been palpable.

Striker Olivier Giroud described himself as "hurt and embarrassed" after his profligacy in front of goal was made all the more costly by defensive lapses that the team had worked hard to cut out of their game. Arsene Wenger, meanwhile, was the brunt of heavy criticism for not being able to overcome what was, for once, an opponent in the first knockout round that the Gunners could realistically expect...

 By Nick Miller

Arsenal rebound from Champions League defeat with win vs. Everton

ESPN FC's Craig Burley talks Arsenal's victory following a rough week in the Champions League.

LONDON -- Goals from Olivier Giroud and Tomas Rosicky gave Arsenal an easy 2-0 win vs. Everton. Here are three quick thoughts from their Premier League clash at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.

1. Giroud scores, still not enough for Arsenal

It is quite difficult to know what to make of Olivier Giroud. Watching him against Monaco midweek and even at points in Sunday's game against Everton, when he contrived to miss a virtually free header from about six yards out not once but twice, it's difficult...

 By PA Sport

Arsene Wenger delighted with Arsenal response against Everton

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger praises his side for their improved performance against Everton following their shock defeat to Monaco in the Champions League.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley talks Arsenal's victory following a rough week in the Champions League.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger welcomed a positive response to midweek European misery as his team beat Everton 2-0 at Emirates Stadium.

Goals from Olivier Giroud and Tomas Rosicky saw the home side to a solid victory and three important points in the battle for a place in next season's Champions League.

Arsenal's campaign against the continent's elite this season might not last much longer, after a first-leg 3-1 defeat to Monaco in North London on Wednesday.

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But Wenger was keen to move on from that...