Fabianski hailed after Belgrade heroics

The Pole, in for the injured Manuel Almunia, saved a second-half

penalty to help Arsenal record a second win in the group. “It’s

been hard for our ‘keepers at the moment and that was a great

reponse from him,” Wilshere said on Sky Sports 4. “He made a good

save at the end as well. Fair play to him.” A power failure had

earlier forced Arsenal to change for the game in the dark. “We had

to use phone torches,” said Wilshere. The youngster added: “We were

confident, we came here to get a win and that’s what happened. “We

came here and we knew it was going to be a hard atmosphere, we

dealt with it well and got the result.” Wenger was also pleased

with Fabianski’s performance. “We have seen the Lukasz I see

everyday,” he said on Sky Sports 4. “I believe it’s a good

encouragement for him. He had a good game. It’s important he had a

good game, he has a lot of talent.” Wenger would not be drawn on

whether he would keep his place for next weekend’s Premier League

clash with Chelsea, but revealed Cesc Fabregas could return from

injury. “Cesc Fabregas has a little, little chance,” he said.