Lip reader to be used to investigate incident in Arsenal vs Liverpool clash

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A lip reader will reportedly be called in to take a look at an incident that took place in Arsenal’s 3-2 Premier League win over Liverpool at the weekend.

The Gunners edged the Reds in a thrilling encounter at the Emirates Stadium, but it seems there may have been some trouble in a heated clash between Gabriel Magalhaes and Jordan Henderson towards the end of the game.

According to the Times, referee Michael Oliver reported this and it will now be investigated by the Football Association, with a lip reader supposedly set to be used to work out if allegations about some of the words used are accurate.

For the time being, it’s not clear what was said, or who could be the guilty party in all this, but it seems the incident is likely to relate to a heated exchange of words between Henderson and Gabriel.

Goals from Gabriel Martinelli and Bukayo Saka gave Arsenal the three points to keep them top of the Premier League table.

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    1. Right.. the facts are that an investigation is underway and that a lip-reader is being brought in to find out what was said. They haven’t said anything else so are doing as you ask!

    1. Me neither.Nor do I understand how certain “sports journalists” on other forums have been reporting their opinions as fact whilst simultaneously inviting rival fans to pass judgements to bolster their unfounded theories.Why do this before an investigation & whilst there was a clear ommisission of any facts.Unbiased press?

  1. You here worse in the streets these football players are pansies.I agree if it is a derogatory name a racist name yes he should be punished but if it’s just a simple name call then no.They cry if they get tapped on the floor ( Gabriel Jesus) or pushed over what a load of overpaid little boys.

    1. Let he who had never sinned cast the first stone . You all sound like you never said or done anything wrong in your whole lives. What goes on during a match should stay on the pitch.

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