Things seem to be going from bad to worse for Arsenal Wenger and his players as they were once again unimpressive in their shocking 2-1 lost to Brighton and Hove Albion at the AMEX stadium.
The Gunners were in low-confident mood as they have gone three matches without a single victory which they have also conceded eight goals.
Arsene Wenger’s men were narrowly defeated by Ostersunds before being defeated twice by Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final and in Premier League fixture.
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During today’s match against Brighton, Arsenal started brightly but their defense let them down as they conceded two goals in just 26 minutes.
Lewis Dunk was the first player who found the back of the net when he put the ball past Petr Cech in just seven minutes after some costly errors from the Czech netminder and Laurent Koscielny before Glenn Murray secured the maximum three points for the AMEX outfits in the 26th minute of the game.
Though Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang pull one back for the Gunners, that wasn’t enough to give the North London club a possible comeback as in-form Brighton grabbed the maximum points.
Brighton continue their amazing run of results since the end of January this year as they remain unbeaten in all competitions. They now occupy the 10th position in the Premier League table while Arsenal remain in the sixth position with 47 points.
As for Wenger, he became the 28th manager who have lost 150 Premier League matches since he took over as Arsenal manager in 1996.