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Arsenal loses home from Brighton in second game after dismissal Emery

2019-12-05T22:11:43.146Z

Arsenal also failed to win the second game on Thursday after the resignation of manager Unai Emery. 'The Gunners' were painfully knocked down for Brighton and Hove Albion and Davy Pröpper: 1-2.



Arsenal also failed to win the second game on Thursday after the resignation of manager Unai Emery. 'The Gunners' were painfully knocked down for Brighton and Hove Albion and Davy Pröpper: 1-2.

The Arsenal of interim coach Fredrik Ljungberg, who made his debut on Sunday with a draw against Norwich City (2-2), was pushed back in the first half and also fell behind after 36 minutes. Adam Webster came in after a scrimmage in the penalty area.

Five minutes after the break Alexandre Lacazette equalized by heading in from close range after an extended corner by Mesut Özil, but the home team did not get any further than that. Neal Maupay even gave Arsenal a painful defeat ten minutes before time and further worried Londoners.

It is already the seventh competition in a row that Arsenal cannot win. After the 1-0 win at Bournemouth in early October, Sheffield United, Crystal Palace, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Leicester City, Southampton and Norwich City were not won.

With the fourth defeat of the season, Arsenal is stuck on nineteen points, good for tenth place in the Premier League. Jetro Willems' Newcastle United won 0-2 at Sheffield United and now has nineteen points, just like Sheffield and Arsenal.

View the program, the results and the position in the Premier League

Source: nunl

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