From the Back Pages, October 22: Ozil: ‘Unbelievable’ Wilshere goal like ‘playing PlayStation’

From the back pages
From the back pages

Jack Wilshere’s goal to opening the scoring against Norwich City on Saturday has been described as “unbelievable” by Arsenal’s most creative player, Mesut Ozil, who unbelievably was not directly involved in it. (The Independent)

Jurgen Klopp says Mesut Ozil is Arsenal’s missing link - and can turn them into European champions. (The Mirror)

Arsène Wenger has challenged his players to assert themselves as serious contenders at home and abroad in ­tonight’s Champions League tie against Borussia Dortmund. (The Times)

José Mourinho has accused Cardiff City of deliberately wasting time and, as a result, Chelsea fans’ money after addressing the issue that has prompted a charge of improper conduct from the Football Association. (The Guardian)

Martin Jol watched his Fulham side come from a goal down to run out emphatic winners against Crystal Palace. Selhurst Park was rocking when Adrian Mariappa nodded the hosts in front, but Pajtim Kasami’s stunning volley levelled things up before another wonder strike from Steve Sidwell handed Fulham a the lead. (Daily Mail)

ENGLAND will take on Denmark in their first match of 2014 as they step up their preparations for next summer’s World Cup. (The Express)

Mills: Rabbatts criticism was unfair. Danny Mills was a controversial appointment to the FA panel but insists it needs more support.

Former England defender Danny Mills claims attack on lack of diversity on the initial panel was misinformed. (The Telegraph)