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Viewers Think Gary Neville Whispered To Martin Tyler That David Luiz And Edinson Cavani Played At PSG Together

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Viewers Think Gary Neville Whispered To Martin Tyler That David Luiz And Edinson Cavani Played At PSG Together

Plenty of viewers who tuned into Saturday's Premier League clash between Arsenal and Manchester United think Gary Neville can be heard telling co-commentator Martin Tyler that David Luiz and Edinson Cavani played together at Paris Saint-Germain.

It was a far-from-eventful clash at The Emirates as both teams walked away with a point.

Edinson Cavani had two good chances late on but ultimately, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's dropped more points in the title race as rivals City stretched their lead at the top to three points after a scrappy 1-0 win against Sheffield United.

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Despite what turned out to be a drab 0-0 draw in North London, many fans were amused in the final minutes of yesterday's game when Sky cameras panned to Cavani and Luiz chatting on the pitch.

Of course, both men played together in Paris during the Brazilian defender's two year spell at the Parc des Princes.

And as Tyler describes the "friendly" conversation between the pair, many believe former United defender Neville can be heard whispering to his fellow commentator about their time together at PSG. Brilliant.

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Arsenal couldn't pick up all three points against Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men but they are showing promising signs that they are making steady progress under Mikel Arteta.

Luiz is certainly optimistic about the team's performances of late.

"We have to try to improve every single day. We have to be humble every day because we have to improve." he told Sky Sports after the full-time whistle.

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"I think the boss is doing a great job. I think the young boys are progressing a lot, they are fantastic. I think we start to create a real team, a real atmosphere. That's why we have to keep going. Football is *clicks his fingers*, if you don't focus and concentrate, if you don't work hard every single day, things can change.

"I'm very, very happy because we've turned around a very difficult moment in our season into a positive moment. We have to keep trying and keep going."

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Thoughts on Saturday's clash between Arsenal and Manchester United? Can Solskjaer's side still mount a serious challenge for the Premier League title?

Let us know in the comments.

Topics: Football News, Football, Manchester United, david luiz, Martin Tyler, Premier League, Arsenal, Gary Neville, Edinson Cavani

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