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Glad Hatters, Arsenal saved by Jesus and steak chat – Football Weekly Extra | Football

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Today’s podcast features a panel discussion about Tuesday night’s Premier League action, including Elijah Adebayo’s hat-trick and Luton Town’s escape from the relegation zone thanks to a 4-0 win over Brighton. Does this mean Roberto de Zerbi is still the favorite to take the place at Liverpool or Barcelona? Also, Arsenal’s possession advantage over Nottingham Forest Gabriel Jesus’ record of never losing a match in which he scored will ultimately pay off. But were Arsenal convincing enough? Does it matter?

Elsewhere, the committee has selected the African Cup of Nations and the Asian Cup, both of which are in the quarter-final stage. When Roberto Mancini’s Saudi Arabia lost to Son Heung-min’s South Korea, why did they walk down the tunnel before the penalty shootout was over?

Plus, listeners share stories of meeting footballers in nightclubs, and Mark Langdon talks about his favorite steakhouses in London.



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