Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend's action
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Callum Wilson looks worthy of an England call, Rashford and Herrera get Mourinho out of jail, and a little luck for Newcastle

If a defender attempted a tackle in the area, aimed to take the ball but missed and wiped out a striker, few would argue against a penalty being awarded. That happened twice at the Emirates on Saturday, but rather than an outfield player felling a forward, it was a goalkeeper. In the space of a few minutes both Alisson and Bernd Leno sprinted from their lines and...


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