Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has admitted that his side eased off too quickly during their game against Brighton on Sunday.
Goals from Alex Iwobi and Nacho Monreal allowed the Gunners continue their recent run of form, beating the newly promoted side at the Emirates in a victory that saw them move to the fifth position.
The North London side have now won six out of seven games, conceding only three goals in the process as they hope to contend for trophies this season after a slow start to the season.
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However, Wenger believes his boys should have done better during their win against Brighton, due to the number of chances wasted against a lower side.
Speaking after the game, the Frenchman told BT Sport that he was less impressed with his side’s performance despite having three points and a clean sheet but the Gunners boss believed they should have added more intensity to the game.
He went on to insist that his side needed to be more fluent in their play and get more goals while also noting the efforts of their opponents, which did well to intercept many dangerous balls from the Arsenal side, with the likes of Alexandre Lacazette and Alexis Sanchez coming close to finding the net.