Episode 1833: Money 2-1 Narrative, Neymar Can Play, Our New BBC Series Trailer
Even in a pandemic the Champions League is guaranteed entertainment, but this time we were denied our beloved underdog story. Atalanta pushed Paris all the way but in the end, Neymar delivered.
????? Neymar’s total of 16 successful dribbles vs Atalanta is a record in a #UCL game this season
???? The previous record was 11 (shared by Lionel Messi and Lorenzo Insigne) pic.twitter.com/XSTEFKTzgy
— WhoScored.com (@WhoScored) August 12, 2020
We talk to Jonathan Wilson about last night’s game, why it’s difficult to be considered the world’s best when you play in Ligue 1 and what PSG’s longer-term strategy might be.
It’s a big day for us at Second Captains because we’re launching the trailer for our new international, investigative podcast series for the BBC!
It’s called Where Is George Gibney? and as is only right, our World Service members are the first to hear the trailer. The series itself is coming to BBC Sounds on Thursday August 27th.
Coming August 27th @BBCSounds pic.twitter.com/sY9xISOuvY
— Second Captains (@SecondCaptains) August 13, 2020
And today we also discuss Boli Bolingoli, Mesut Özil, Rob Baxter and the Neymar butterfly effect.
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Stellar list of guests so far includes John O’Shea, Paul O’Connell, Carli Lloyd, Shane Lowry and Michael Cheika.https://t.co/e2F4JgoKEu pic.twitter.com/GzRupZ5VXf
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It’s all about Father Time today
The compressed Champions League format is making up for lost time, and for a generation of players like Messi, Ronaldo and Lewandowski, they’re running out of it https://t.co/Rf4BB3U7eK pic.twitter.com/LLKxSJHcIl
— Second Captains (@SecondCaptains) August 10, 2020