Arsenal news: Gunners ease past Bodo/Glimt as new footage emerges of Gabriel incident

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Here is your Arsenal morning digest on Friday, October 14.

New footage of Gabriel Magalhaes incident emerges

The Football Association (FA) have enlisted the help of expert lip readers to review footage as they continue their investigation into the matter, while players who were nearby during the furious bust-up between both sides may also be asked what they saw and heard.

In a video posted on the Tasty Football YouTube account on Tuesday, both sets of players embrace shortly after the final whistle, with Henderson initially high-fiving his England colleague Aaron Ramsdale and Gabriel engaging in a hug with fellow centre-back Virgil van Dijk.

Both Gabriel and Henderson disappear off camera before returning into shot shortly as the pair shake hands, albeit only being a brief encounter. Following the handshake, the Liverpool captain attempted to get the Brazilian defender’s attention, involving Roberto Firmino in the conversation to seemingly encourage Gabriel to talk to him, with Klopp also in the vicinity and talking to Gabriel.

Arsenal ease past Bodo/Glimt

Arsenal’s fine start to the season continued as Bukayo Saka hit the only goal of the game to see off Bodo/Glimt and put the Gunners in charge of their Europa League group.

Mikel Arteta’s sit top of the Premier League and made it 11 wins from 12 in all competitions with a 1-0 victory in Norway.

Read how the players got on here.

Arsenal handed Premier League title boost

The Gunners clash against Man City is postponed until a later date. The Gunners’ most difficult test looks set to come against London rivals Chelsea, who are still unbeaten under new manager Graham Potter.

Tricky tests against Leeds United, Southampton and Wolves lie ahead, along with a game against Nottingham Forest, who are seen as the easiest game in the run-up to the World Cup in Qatar, with Steve Cooper’s side currently sat in 19th.

Arsenal’s current form puts them in a strong position against lower-placed teams, and the players will head into each game full of confidence with the opportunity to extend their lead at the top of the table.

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