Xhaka captained Switzerland in Copenhagen (Picture: Getty)Xhaka, who wore the captain’s armband in Copenhagen, was one of Switzerland’s better players – but the midfielder was universally trolled for a moment in the second half which also involved ex-Arsenal team-mate Lichsteiner.AdvertisementAdvertisementHoping Xhaka brings this thing of beauty to the Premier League…@akhifc pic.twitter.com/wkYK4yaCh7— follow akhifc (@wasakhifc) October 13, 2019 Comment And another completely necessary angle of the routine…It’s a real shame we didn’t get more Swiss genius like this at Arsenal with Xhaka and Lichtsteiner. pic.twitter.com/yUA6IMmuEa— Dylan Walsh (@dylanwalsh_) October 13, 2019 Arsenal captain Granit Xhaka and Stephan Lichtsteiner ridiculed over comedy free-kick routine Metro Sport ReporterSunday 13 Oct 2019 7:13 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.2kShares Advertisement Kasper Schmeichel produced a string of fine saves before Denmark’s late winner and Vladimir Petkovic reserved special praise for the Leicester goalkeeper after the final whistle.‘If it wasn’t for their goalkeeper, we would have scored three goals,’ the Switzerland manager said.‘It was still a good performance.‘We can take that into Tuesday’s game against Ireland.’MORE: Harry Redknapp backs Tottenham to finish third in the Premier League after shaky start Granit Xhaka and Stephan Lichtsteiner invented a brilliant free-kick routine during Switzerland’s defeatArsenal players past and present Stephan Lichtsteiner and Granit Xhaka produced the most bizarre free-kick routine of the season during Switzerland’s 1-0 defeat to Denmark.Yussuf Poulsen struck late on in Saturday evening’s Euro 2020 qualifying match to put Denmark level on points with the Republic of Ireland (12) at the top of Group D.Christian Eriksen produced another below-par display after a disappointing start to the season with Tottenham, but popped up when it mattered to assist Poulsen at the death.Third-placed Switzerland now face an uphill battle in qualifying for next summer’s tournament ahead of their clash with Mick McCarthy’s side in Geneva on Tuesday evening.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement
Come rain or shine, the island spice will be overflowing at this year’s 15th annual Palm Beach Jerk and Caribbean Culture Festival.The event is returning to the South Florida Fairgrounds in West Palm Beach on Memorial Day, a tradition that offering attendees a chance to enjoy authentic Jamaican music, excellent island food, carnival rides and much more. However due to inclement weather, the festivities will take place indoors at the Expo Center.“We regret having to move the Palm Beach Jerk Festival from outside at the Fairgrounds, but weather forecasts are predicting rain for Memorial Day, which would make continuing the event outside difficult and potentially unsafe. With the safety of our patrons being our main priority, we had no other choice but to transfer the day’s activities indoors” said Damian Tater, representative of Full-A-Vybz Inc. “We appreciate the support of our sponsors, vendors and patrons in this decision.”The main stage will come alive with International Dancehall Reggae Artist Busy Signal who will be making his debut performance in Florida. Busy has promised an electrifying performance that patrons will never forget. Veteran Reggae Icon Coca Tea who is no stranger to the stage is set to mesmerize the crowd with non-stop hits after hits. Completing the perfect lineup in celebration of our 15th year will be the melodious male group L.U.S.T. (Lukie D, Thriller U, Singing Melody & Tony Curtis), Code Red Band, Andi-Ites, K’Coneil, K’Reema & Reemus K.In addition to its stellar lineup, this year’s Palm Beach Jerk Festival will include many other attractions and activities to keep attendees entertained: Food, bounce houses, face painting, jerk cook-off contests and some of the finest Caribbean cuisine available in South Florida.Kids under 12 years are free. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit http://www.palmbeachjerkfestival.com.