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Listen: Thursday Morning Sport - Guardiola Notes Difficulties In Stopping Players Embracing As Part Of Goal Celebrations; Power In Action On PGA Tour In Hawaii.

: 14/01/2021 - 08:27

Soccer

Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola, says it's going to be difficult to stop players embracing as part of goal celebrations.

The UK Government have asked the Premier League to clamp down on hugs and handshakes following goals - as the Covid-19 crisis continues.

Last night, City beat Brighton 1-0 to go third in the table.

Phil Foden scored the winning goal and nine players celebrated it together.

Guardiola says the club are following health guidelines, but he knows it's hard to enforce instinctive acts:

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Tottenham Hotspur have once again let a winning position slip.

Ivan Cavaleiro equalised Harry Kane's effort as Fulham earned a 1-1 draw at the new White Hart Lane.

Tonight, Arsenal play Crystal Palace at the Emirates Stadium from 8pm.

Shane Duffy is being linked with a move to Championship club Nottingham Forest, who are managed by Chris Hughton.

The Republic of Ireland centre half is currently on loan at Celtic from Brighton.

Duffy has endured a disappointing spell since moving to Parkhead.

Golf

Seamus Power, who got into the field late, tees off his first round at the PGA Tour's Sony Open in Hawaii at 5.30pm, Irish time.

He's in a group alongside Bill Haas and Talor Gooch.

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