Arsenal vs Brighton live updates, Arsenal lost ground in the race for Champions League places as they fell to a defeat against Brighton at home in the Premier League.
Leandro Trossard of Brighton made Arsenal pay for a sluggish start by scoring the game’s first goal in the 28th minute, converting Enock Mwepu’s cut-back. Just before half-time, Gabriel Martinelli thought he had equalized, but VAR ruled him offside.
Arsenal might have benefited from a goal at that time, but they were still being bothered by Brighton.
Mwepu scored the visitors’ second goal in the 67th minute after a great move by newcomer Moises Caicedo. Got back into the game with a long-range strike from Martin Odegaard in the 89th minute, and they pressed hard in stoppage time, but it wasn’t their day, and Brighton took all three points.
The Gunners have now lost three of their past four games, putting Tottenham in a commanding position for fourth place. Following this fantastic win, Brighton are now in 11th place in the league.