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VIDEO: Arlo White’s best Premier League calls

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Arlo White’s voice has been missed by Premier League fans across the USA in recent weeks, so this video of his best calls will keep you going for a while.

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Click play on the video above as some of the craziest goals and moments in the Premier League have been beautifully described by NBC’s lead soccer commentator.

His magical command of the English language is on full show across 15 minutes of Arlo commentating on plenty of wild Liverpool goals, Leicester City’s incredible title win and plenty of upset victories from the last seven seasons of the Premier League.

Enjoy a trip down memory lane with Arlo and in the comments below let us know your favorite calls from his time behind the mic with NBC Sports over the last few years.

NBC Group Chat: ‘World Cup’ style Premier League return?

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Robbie Earle and Robbie Mustoe welcome the all-stars of the NBC Sports broadcast crew into a roundtable (via web) discussion of all things soccer in a socially-responsible social distance podcast.

Wednesday’s NBC Group Chat talks on reported plans for the Premier League’s return as well as staffs and players taking pay cuts for the health of their clubs.

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Rebecca Lowe, Arlo White, Lee Dixon, Graeme Le Saux, and Kyle Martino join The 2 Robbies to discuss reports of the Premier League’s potential plans to resume the season, including one which involves “World Cup-style” camps over June and July (1:00).

The team also shares their thoughts on players taking pay cuts to help clubs deal with financial problems caused by the COVID-19 pandemic (30:32).

Elsewhere, Rebecca takes center stage with a new show of sorts.

The PL morning hero takes a walk through the world of Premier League social media this week.

Check the video above, and the audio below:

 

VIDEO: Inside the Mind with Heung-Min Son

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Tottenham star Heung-Min Son sits down with Arlo White to talk about his incredible solo goal against Burnley, the pressure of captaining South Korea during the Asian Games and more.

Since moving to Spurs in 2015 from Bayer Leverkusen, Son has become one of the first players on the Tottenham teamsheet week-in and week-out. The 27-year-old has played every Premier League match he has been eligible for this season, sidelined only by a pair of red card suspensions. He has racked up six goals and eight assists, often playing on the left wing. He also has another five goals and one assist in Champions League play.

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With Harry Kane out for a significant period of time thanks to injury, Son has become a critical figure in the squad, sometimes deployed centrally and other times elsewhere on the field, but the South Korean international remains vital to Spurs.

Tottenham sits sixth in the Premier League table, level on points with fifth-placed Manchester United. With the club also set to take on Bundesliga leaders RB Leipzig in Champions League knockout stage action come March, Son will likely play a huge role in the fortunes of Spurs this season and beyond.

Chelsea’s USMNT star Pulisic: ‘Everything has happened really fast’

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Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic is the face of American soccer.

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The USMNT star is still just 21 years old but he’s already contributing for the Blues in his debut Premier League season after arriving from Borussia Dortmund for $73 million.

In the latest edition of “Inside the Mind” our own Arlo White sat down with Pulisic at Chelsea’s training ground at Cobham as they spoke about his journey to the PL, being a star in the USA and his ambitions at the west London club.

“Everything has happened really fast,” Pulisic said of his arrival with Chelsea in England. “I just try to take every moment in and to look around and enjoy. That’s a nice piece of advice that I got. Don’t just let things happen. Make sure you take it all in and try to remember the moment. I’m very proud to be here.”

Click here to watch the full interview with Pulisic over on our YouTube page.

I understand Pep using me off the bench, says super sub Sane

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Leroy Sane added a second 10-goal season to his Premier League resume on Wednesday when Man City beat Manchester United 2-0 at Old Trafford.

That he did so in about 650 less minutes says something about his growth and patience as Pep Guardiola has opted to focus on other options in attack.

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“The mood is obviously you want to play every game but in this squad it’s sometimes normal that you can sit on the bench,” Sane said in a post-match pitch-side talk with the NBCSN crew.

“It’s why I’m not really disappointed. I think in my own head to work harder and stay focused. On the pitch there are really good players playing good. I appreciate it, I enjoy it, and I can learn from this.”

Arlo White asked Sterling whether he believes City are the favorites to win the Premier League title. Liverpool is a point behind City, but has two of its three remaining matches at home compared to City’s one.

“It’s hard to say,” Sane said. “There’s a lot of pressure from Liverpool, but we stay focused on game to game. We have it in our own hands, so just stay focused, and try to win the last three games.”