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Match of the Day: How Christian Eriksen has 'totally transformed' Brentford

BBC Sport Saturday, 2 April 2022
Match of the Day pundit Micah Richards explains how midfielder Christian Eriksen has "totally transformed" the Bees since joining the club in January.
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