Premier League: Drone disrupts Brentford game & missiles thrown at Goodison Park | Aidan Magee

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Sports broadcaster Aidan Magee discusses an eventful day in the Premier League with a drone disrupting the game at Brentford and a ‘toxic atmosphere’ at Goodison Park with Lucas Digne being struck by missiles from Everton fans.

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