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Coming back from a 0-4 down is a daunting task for any team to live up to, but Arsene Wenger’s side showed real character on Tuesday night to do more than just save some pride. Three goals in the first half from Laurent Koscielny (6th minute), Tomas Rosicky (25th minute) and Robin van Persie (just before half-time) was a dream come true as they would need only two goals to get things done. Arsenal started the game just as Arsene Wenger had hinted before the match; they threw everything at coach Massimiliano Allegri’s men, with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Gervinho and Theo Walcott playing behind Van Persie against a reshuffled AC Milan midfield made of Urby Emanuelson, Stephan El Shaarawy, Antonio Nocerino and Dutch captain Mark van Bommel as a result of Kevin-Prince Boateng and experienced man Clarence Seedorf missing in action due to injuries. Arsenal dominated the midfield battle in the first half and a yellow card to van Bommel served them well as he had to be careful. With the fan...
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