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Sucker punch in Porto

Jim White and Simon Jordan took a look back at last night's action which saw Arsenal defeated in the dying moments in Porto, whilst Klopp's Liverpool came from behind to win again, this time against Luton. Meanwhile, Sir Jim Ratcliffe has spoken publicly for the first time since taking hold of the reins at Manchester United. Is he hitting all the right notes with the supporters already? Plus, boxers Chris Kongo and Florian Marku joined the guys in studio to look ahead to their grudge match next month at the O2 Arena.

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