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Carry on Di Canio.

It's a moment of high anxiety for Celtic as Italian star Paolo Di Canio is carried off during last night's clash with Arsenal.

But despite the worried looks of Gunners keeper David Seaman and Celts team-mate Pierre van Hooijdonk, it proved to be nothing more than a twisted ankle and Di Canio was able to resume playing.

And there was more to cheer for Tommy Burns as his men roared back from a goal down to win 2-1 against the English giants.

Lee Dixon gave Arsenal an early lead, but Simon Donnelly levelled with eight minutes left and then Phil O'Donnell netted in the 89th minute.
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Aug 1, 1996
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