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LONDON - Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas claims the Gunners are good enough to win this season's Champions League and Premier League, after the win over AC Milan.
Arsenal won 2-0 to become the first English side to beat AC Milan at the San Siro as they knocked the titleholders out of the Champions League on Tuesday.
"We are top of the Premier League and through to the quarterfinals of the Champions League," said Fabregas, 20.
"We beat the holders at home, so why can't we win them both?"
Fabregas orchestrated a stunning Arsenal performance to dispose of Milan and the Spaniard's long-range effort gave Arsenal the lead late on.
Emmanuel Adebayor slotted in a second goal as the Gunners clinched a famous victory at a venue where Manchester United's campaign was emphatically ended by eventual champions Milan last season.
And the Togo international said the win has restored confidence among his Arsenal teammates and believes people were too quick to write them off.
He said: "Two weeks ago people were saying 'they're not going to win the title, they'll be out of the Champions League'.
"Today everyone, every player from the keeper to the bench, has the confidence back because this means we can beat every single team in the world."
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger cited the impact the win would have on his players after two draws and indifferent showings in the Premier League going into the second leg in Milan.