Arsenal vs Brighton Review

Arsenal vs Brighton 1-2 Honest Review

It Was Another Disappointing Night for Arsenal Fans

Wow! Just wow. Arsenal vs Brighton Review is here and if you are an Arsenal Fan you sure not gonna like it!

Let's just start with this tweet: Historical win for Brighton in the Emirates. It was the first EVER win for Brighton in Emirates stadium.

Arsenal sacked their manager Unai Emery less a week ago but it's becoming more obvious that he was not the only person to blame for Arsenal demise in recent months and that Ljungberg is not the solution to Arsenal problems. If you cannot beat a team barely escaping the relegation zone you should not be in a club of Arsenal's caliber.

Arsenal started with stacked lineup against Brighton and if anybody expected to see Arsenal running over Brighton that was only one point away from the relegation zone, well, those fans were surely disappointed.

Arsenal was not the better team and not a team that is going to turn their season around anytime soon...

Adam Webster opened the score in 36th minute after a corner kick ball rickshawing to him. David Luis was slow to react and did not block the Webster's shot. There was nothing Bernd Leno could do to stop Webster's close-range bullet.

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Brighton was the better team in the first half but started a bit shaky to the second. It didn't take long before the best Arsenal Player Alexander Laccazette scored an equalizer. It was a textbook corner kick header to the back posts.

One would think that the equalizer would motivate Arsenal to play better but it didn't take too long before Brighton got back its first half composure and started to dominate again.

Neal Maupay finished scored a winner in 80th minute. An important goal for Brighton and even more important 3 points that they bring home from London.

Arsenal vs Brighton Reactions

No surprise that Arsenal Fans feel frustrated nobody can blame them. Here are some of the best twitter reactions you that sum up the performance of Arsenal.

Stay tuned for more Premier League action here on Sports Talk Line. Check out the review of Manchester United vs Tottenham game. It was Mourinho's first defeat as Coys' manager, at least a bit soothing reading for all the Arsenal fans out there.

If you are looking for a new club to follow as @1AnwarAbu suggests check out the result of Liverpool Derby.


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